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Front Windshield wipers will not cut off

I have a 2003 Yukon XL and the Front wipers want cut off. I took it to the dealer and they said I needed a Wiper Module Assembly.
parts and labor said, would be around 500.00 dollars
Can any body tell me how to fix it my self and to do it cheaper than this.

David

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  • ddake71936 Jan 07, 2009

    I want to think you so much, I think, I know where this box is.

    You saved me a lot of money.



    GOD BLESS YOU.

    David

  • ddake71936 Jan 07, 2009

    Thank You so much, You have saved me a lot of money.



    GOD BLESS YOU.

    Thanks, SO MUCH,

    David and Jan

  • davi9868 Feb 04, 2009

    I have the same problem. What is the correct solution? Replace module or replace motor. Both of these answers were posted as solutions to this problem.

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You can purchase this at any auto parts store for around $40. its a small black box located high and slightly to the driver side firewall. takes about 20 min.to replace(easy). I would sujest purchasing the part first,remove from package,and get familiar with the part as to how it appears to bolt on,also compare it with the one thats on the vehicle now.It will also have a wire harness that plugs into it.

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