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E430 mercedes single arm wiper is stuck in upright position

Problem with e430 mercedes wiper e430 mercedes single arm wiper is stuck in upright position

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SOURCE: Radio Code for 1999 Mercedes E430

If you call your merc dealer they should give it to you on the phone, if not have a look at this web site, if not, then if you take out the unit and let me know the s/no: i will see i have it.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: windshield wipers stopping or not working at all

This reply probably too late but -
 Is this a wiper motor problem?
The motor may be OK but the parking switch has likely failed.  It should normally supply power until they reach their parking spot unless the main operator switch is still on and this probably controls a relay that may be faulty.
If you have had the problem corrected, you might post the problem found back here as a comment to aid others.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 Chevy Venture, Windshield wipers stop in upright position

You will need to replace the wiper transmission.This is a common problem.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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SOURCE: windshield wipers stuck upright when off

It is the fuse or the pulse board. Most likly the pulse board though

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

Tech jk
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SOURCE: windshield wipers stuck upright when off

This is a commoon problem with what is called the "Park pawl stop". The tab is most likely bent and needs to be re-aligned, then the wipers need to be re-timed. This re-timing can be a little difficult, although the re-aligning of the tab is failry simple.

TechJK

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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