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Wind sheild wipers dont work

Have replaced motor and switch already.

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There is no wiper control module
problem is in the wiring harness eather under the fuse box or under the right fender, on the bottom, where the harness curves (water happened to get there often )

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It could be the wiper control module.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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The problem a bad ground inside the wiper motor .
To what is called the break witch makes it come to rest fully down when you turn the switch off .
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