Question about 1993 Volvo 960
I had snow on my windshiled, thought it was dry enough/and light enough to seep off with the motor and wipers, but now they won't move. I know it's a steel cable that controls them, but I don't know how to access it.....wish there was an old Clymers manual for this thing w/pictures.
I think ther are rubber bushings that hold the wiper arms on the wiper linkages that have worn out,some cars have these & if the arms can't move because the blades were frozen to the window,those linkage shafts that the arm fits on were still turning underneath tearing the rubber up,can you here the motor turning with no wiper movement,or is there nothing,could be blown fuse cause the wiper motor got hot from not being able to rotate inside?
Posted on Dec 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the torx 30 screws that hold the plastic cover on the top of the engine,then you will find 10mm bolts holding coils to cyl head,remove bolts,lift coils out of spark plug holes,remove and replace spark plugs
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Possible intake gasket leak causing a misfire, or plugs or coil causing a misfire. each cylinder has its own coil. You can hear the vaccuum leak with your ears under hood if gasket is bad. Check eng codes at advance auto prob for free. If it has misfire codes only, prob coil or plugs. If misfire with fuel trim, prob gasket.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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