Question about 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan
Problem is worst when windshield is wet. I have tried different manufacturer's blades and several varieties of washer fluids, including Rainex.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 intrepid wipers
well check to hear if you hear the wiper motor working if you do look at the arm take the end cap off loosen the bolt if you here the motor running/tighten them bak up if you do not here the motor check fuse under the dash and inthe engine compartment and replace fuse or fuses/ please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: windshield wiper arms
The wiper blades might be the wrong size (too long). Or the arms might have to be removed and repositioned so they line up in the right spot at each end of their travel. If the wipers look like they're flopping about or going at different speeds right from left, then the linkage is broken and you'll need to buy a good used linkage from a wrecker.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
This is an old but very current problem also. I just replace my second 97 caravan motor in 6 months because of severe grinding noise and it was the motor both times. I got another re-mfg replacement motor last week and it is totally quiet.
Before you install the crank arm on the motor you operate the wiper switch in all positions to check that the computer is running it intermittently, slow and fast etc. that it and shuts it off at the same position every time. That shut off position is park.
Unplug the external motor connector or fuses. Now push the mechanism arms fully to the right and install the crank arm at two o'clock on the motor shaft, which gives you just enough room to install the hold down nut. Hold one of the metal bars so you don't turn the motor during tightening the nut.
Now reconnect the power plug and test the operation. The motor should shut off with the right end arms fully extended, which, when connected with the blade arm, will make them stop at the bottom of the windshield. Install the driver side wiper arm slightly above level and the left arm 4 inches below that. Don't power tighten yet. Test the operation. If they hit each other adjust one or the other away. This works for most all wiper adjustments. When you get everything looking right and sweeping the full window and not the body. Start tightening and putting every thing back together.
Also clean out the wiper pan and the two drain hoses. The hoses can be pulled loose below the pan. LOL
Posted on May 02, 2012
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