Re: how do I change the motot to the windsheild wipers?
Most likely the relays inside your windshield wiper motor are starting to go. if your mechanically inclined you can probably go to your local junkyard and pull another one from the same car. i know they run about 75 new from most auto stores. to remove the old one you need to remove the dust cover underneath the windshiel wiper arms (easier with hood open). they should be small phillips screws or they are going to be push button clips (if they are clips just pry them out, you might need to replace them because some of them might break when removing). once you have the dust cover removed, disconnect the wiper arm linkage to the motor. then from inside the engine compartment remove the mounting bolts for the motor itself, don't forget the electrical connector. installation is the reverse of removal.
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remove black plastic cap at base of wiper arm,tighten 14mm nut underneath cap while wipers are off and arm is in normally parked position ,replace balck plastic cap and you should be good to go!you might want to snug up the nut on the other one too!
The wiper module is probably bad.It is located on the wiper motor many times you can wiggle the wires going to the module and some function is restored temporarily but most likely the module willneed replaced.
Open the cap at the end of the windshield wiper arm at the cowl of the Blazer. This will reveal the bolt that secures the wiper arm to the wiper linkage. Unbolt the wiper arm using a 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Place the bolt to the side, as you will reuse it later. Pull the wiper arm up at the blade so that the blade of the wiper is pointing into the air. Then pull at the base of the arm, wiggling it slightly. It's a keyed gear, so it may take a little bit of work to break it free, but with the right amount of wiggling, it will disengage. Then you can replace the new windsheild wiper arms to it.
It sounds like you live in a climate were snow and ice occurs. If so a lot of people leave their wipers on upon shutting off their cars. If you happen to do that and the windsheild had moister on it or if the snow starter falling while your vehicle was still warm it will freeze. The larger the snow amount the stronger the force will be if you start your vehicle up the next morning with your wipers buried in frozen ice & snow. Since the wipers were not shut off the wiper motor will run and the wiper blades will not. This will strip the linkage the wiper arms press onto leaving you with out working windsheild wipers
The windsheild wiper motor is faulty. Is the vehicle a 2-door or 4-door? 2006-08 Civic 2-door this wiper motor kit P/N 76505-SVA-A21 will fix the problem. 2006 Civic 4-door wiper motor P/N 76505-SNA-AO2 will fix it.
test the wires at the motor itself to see if there is power and ground with the wipers turned on,if there is replace the motor,the motor might get really hot with power going to it if its not workinh properly..so be careful,hope this helps
Should be a 22 or 24. If you go to Wal-Mart they have a Small Computer in the Isle in Automotive that if you input the Year, Make, and Model into it will tell you Exactly. Quicker than waiting for a For sure Reply here!
I just fixed the wiper jets on my car this evening - you may have a similar problem of having hardened gunk (deposits) blocking the sprayer. Removing them is relatively easy: Open your hood and note that there is most likely a vibration-dampening cloth/fabric secured to the inside of the hood. You will need to remove the round discs that are holding this in place (most likely Christmas tree plugs - there are around 8 or so). Once removed, you will have access to the back of the sprayers. Some are held in with a nut, others are clipped in to place. You can remove the sprayers and try cleaning them or you can replace them with new ones (relatively cheap and guaranteed clog-free).
While you were filling the tank you may have disconnected the pump wires. If you can hear the pump activating when you use the switch then the pump may have gotten clogged , check for sediment in the tank.
For the person with the mustang - if its only coming out of one side then its a nozzle clogged or a pinched hose.