Question about 1993 Chevrolet Lumina APV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you can see your wiper motor, there is a black panel were the wires hook up to it, remove the three torx head screws unplug and pull out the wiper module. thats your relay and they are replaced a bunch, the've had a lot of problems with these modules.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
you will have to take off the coil packs and move them out of the way. then go in from the top. its kinda tight but just move whatever else is in the way
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
The routine (resistor) that shuts off the wipers and parks them correctly is in the wiper motor, not the switch. I assume your switch is good since you make no complaints about its movement. One thing to check before replacing wiper motor is to loosen the wiper arms, and let the motor park itself in what you feel is the bottom of windshield position. Now align the wipers and retighten.
If these get positioned wrong after, say, a frozen morning, this will affect parking of wipers since motor "park" is no longer in synch with wiper arm "park."
Otherwise, if wiring and positioning are correct, I recommend replacing the wiper motor itself.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Your battery may be at it's very very end of it's life or is already in the battery heaven and no boosting is going to bring it back. Start with replacing the battery, if the money is tight do what i do and go to the Salvage Yard. The average price there for a good battery is $15,00 to $35.00, depends on the yard. Got mine for $15.00 and it may need to be replaced now, it's been almost 4 years. You want to pick one up that has the highest cold cranking amp (CCA) that you can fit in your car and there is date of service on the battery you want to look for. A bad Battery will cause your engine to stall if it's no longer holding a charge. Start with that and then we can worry about the harder things. Note: if the Volt drops less then 10.5 volts, the ECM will shut down the engine. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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