Question about 1987 Subaru Gl 4WD
This is a multi-level problem because I have already replaced an inoperative motor assembly and the problem is still not solved. I have power to the motor, no fuses were blown and I can hear the intermittent module clicking at regular intervals with no result at the windshield. Neither low or high speed works either. According to the wiring diagram this motor grounds at the case and this checks out as a good ground. With the plug connected to the motor, three of the four leads give me a voltage readout of battery voltage (just under 12 volts) and I suspect the fourth lead is to give the intermittent module a position indication. I am not sure of my test results because I do not have correct information from my limited repair manual to properly interpret the testing I have completed. I need more specific test information in order to complete my repair.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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