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Wiper module where does a wiper module go on a 1989 S10 blazer

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    behind the wiper switch.

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You have a panel on the fire wall where the wiper motor is connected. There is a 3" by 3" panel on the wiper assembly is connect to. It is helt on 3 to 4 torque bit screws. behind there is the module panel electronic board. Just change it out, or get a magnifie glass and you will see a crack solder. Put flux on the crack and heat up with solder iron, and you will fix it yourself.

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