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When using the delay on the wipers in what position should they rest in

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They should stay slightly up from the sleep position 9:30 or 10 o'clock or so

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SOURCE: 2001 Pontiac Bonneville SE, wipers won't go to rest postion.

the "horizontal park" mechanism is in the actual wiper motor assy.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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My windsheild wipers stop in the up position on the delay setting but park all the way down when turned off. How do I fix this


You will need to diagnose this with a multi meter....on dark green terminal d at the wiper pulse board, with the wipers on any delay position, you should be reading .0005 Amps and 12 Volts and at the same time on the delay position one click below low(the fastest delay speed) you should be reading .0003Amps and 12V on terminal E gray wire, The purple wire (terminal C) should have 12V on high speed only. The yellow wire (terminal B) should have 12V when the key is on and the black wire (terminal A) should always be grounded....check all of that and we should be able to find your problem.
The Amperage should change on terminal E (the gray wire) with each position on the switch but the change will be very small. i.e. the first speed (longest delay) will read .000017 A, the second setting .00004 A and so on. Check that and let me know...(by the way, amps are checked in series with the connector so unplug it, place one probe in the connector and the other in the motor plug terminal. )

Sep 30, 2016 | 2004 Pontiac Montana

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The windshield wipers on my 2001 Chevy Venture wont work in the "delay" positions...could this be a fuse/relay problem?


Most likely a little circuit board that controls the wiper delay, or the wiper switch itself has gone bad and has an intermittent break.

Feb 27, 2015 | 2001 Chevrolet Venture

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Winshield wiper delay intermitent module making noises


The wiper delay is in the steering column. It's a small box about 2 x 2 inches with a wiring harness attached. With the testing procedures I found below, you should be able to figure it out. I found wiper delays on eBay for around $10 to $20. Good luck.

WINDSHIELD WIPERS CHEROKEE, COMANCHE & WAGONEER 1. POWER INPUT Remove circuit breaker. Test battery side of circuit breaker. If battery voltage is not present, repair open to splice. Test across circuit breaker terminals. Tester reading should be zero (0) ohms. If not, replace circuit breaker. 2. GROUND Connector A unplugged. Test terminal G. Tester reading should be zero (0) ohms. If not, repair open to ground. 3. INTERMITTENT WIPERS Ignition switch in ACCY. Remove delay module and plug connectors together from the module. If wiper operate in LO and HI speed modes and mist (washer) is working, if wipers and mist operate, replace intermittent module. If not go to step 4. 4. WIPER/WASHER SWITCH Ignition in RUN, wiper switch position as indicated, back probe switch side of connector A for standard, connector B for intermittent: Test connector terminal E-wiper switch in LO and mist/intermittent. If battery voltage is not present, replace switch. test connector terminal C-wiper switch in HI. If battery voltage is not present, replace switch. Test connector terminal F-wiper switch to OFF. If battery voltage is present until wipers stop and then voltage drops to zero (0), system is working fine. If this does not occur, replace switch. 5. INTERMITTENT WIPERS Connector B unplug. Test across terminal A and D while rotating switch from minimum to maximum delay. If tester reading is not between 0-500 ohms, replace switch. Test across terminal A and G while rotating switch from minimum delay to maximum delay. If tester reading is between 0 and 500 ohms, replace wiper module. If not replace switch. 6. WIPER MOTOR Ignition in ACCY, wiper switch position as indicated, probe connector D. Test connector terminal 1. If resistance is no zero (0) ohms,repair open to ground. Test connector terminal 4-wiper switch in any position. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. if is not repair open from fuse panel. Test connector terminal 2-wiper switch in LO. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. If not , repair open from wiper switch. Test connector terminal 2-wiper switch in HI. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. If not , repair open from wiper switch. Test connector terminal 5-wiper switch OFF with voltmeter connected. If battery voltage is present until wipers stop and then voltage drops to zero, system is OK, replace motor. If not, repair open from wiper switch.

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Rich Long

Jan 26, 2014 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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My windshield wipers won't work in the delay speeds, they only work in high or low mode and when I turn them off they just stop moving instead of returning to their rest position.


Likely the delay module needs to be replaced, If i remember correctly, yours should be located behind the kick panel on the drivers side. Most I've seen are actually labeled so it's not difficult to find.

Mar 30, 2011 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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After replacing the wiper motor and linkage bushings on my Grand Voyager SE, the wiper arms stop in the straight up position when ''at rest''. Help please


Remove the arms,and place them back on where they need to go,do not turn the wipers on,do this as they set now.If the wiper blades when turned on go off the left side of the windshield ,then you will have to remove everything again,and move the wipers down in the rest position,and align everything up to the rest position,with the wipers at rest,and the motor at rest.

Jan 22, 2010 | 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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When i tuurn the wipers off they remain in the upright position


your wiper delay board has gone bad, it is on the front of the wiper motor, 3 screws and 1 6 wire elect. connector. ask for a wiper delay board at your local parts store

Dec 01, 2009 | 1999 Buick Century

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Wipers swipe in off position randomly


Known issue with circuit board mounted on wiper motor. Has glitch which causes phantom sweeps. suggest replacing circuit board.

Aug 17, 2009 | 1998 Mercury Villager

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Delay wipers don't work.


Try making sure the connection is good.
If it is then you should try replacing the wiper switch.


Brandon Bird

Jan 25, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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Windshield wipers not parking


The problem could be a bent parking pall bracket. This is usually caused when you wipe snow from windshield using the wipers instead of brushing off. You need to remove both wipers and the cover from the drivers side. Remove the cover over the wiper motor assembly (held by a plastic button). On the right side of the wiper mechanism is a small tab (part of the wiper bracket). This tab needs to be straight for the wiper park pall to rest against.Carefully hammer this tab straight (or you may have to replace bracket, big job) Then cycle the wiper and you will see the assembly return to park position. Re-install all parts in reverse order.
Hope this works for you.

Jan 15, 2009 | 2003 Chevrolet Impala

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