Question about 2007 Chevrolet Impala LS Sedan New Cars
I am re-posting this information that I entered previously as a reply to a different answer because this is a problem where I need assistance, not an answer. I had a problem where the wipers weren't coming on so I checked the fuses, they were fine so I replaced the motor. That seemed to address one problem successfully because the wiper shafts turn and I can hear the motor running when I turn on the wipers, which I could not before changing out the motor. However, when I reconnect the mechanical linkage, replace the plastic cowl, re-install the wiper blades, and turn on the wipers, the mechanical linkage immediately pops free or off and the blades quit moving. I can still hear the motor running but the linkage is no longer connected. Any suggestions or hints on how to get that linkage assembled so it stays on fully when the wipers are engaged? Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've fixed this problem before. You have to disconnect the wiper transmission from the wiper motor. Put wipers in off position, unbolt the plate on top of wiper, turn wipers on then off. In the off position see where the wiper transmission is position in relation to where the park position is, remove the top plate from wiper motor and position it so as to be able to reconnect the wiper transmission now in the proper place. Please keep me informed. thanks you
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
SOURCE: Rear Windshield Wiper Problems
Check the wiper motor connection if its touching anything and loose it will automatically ground out and check at connection make sure you put some gel and then snap it in/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
The wipers have a control module in the wiper motor. That is what is wrong. On that model you will have to replace the wiper motor . Good Luck
Posted on May 07, 2009
Your wiper arm that is connected to the wiper motor under the plastic where you remove the wiper arms has come off or broken or the wiper motor is striped out the arm is good and simply need a new motor. You will have to remove the cover under the wiper blades it is as wide as the front of the car. Look under it to see what is actually going on. These are not very complicated repairs and can be done by a novice person. if you need further help please ask me i can send diagrams threw my home email if you think you need it. It is a pretty simple procedure. Also Please remember to rate my solution and leave testimonial this is how i earn my achievements Thanks in advance. .
Posted on Apr 22, 2012
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