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1989 LINCOLNMARK 7NEW WIPER MOTOR AND SWITCH STILL WONT SHUT OFF

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U need to replace the wiper speed control module, it is shorted

Posted on May 15, 2009

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Next you could replace the wiper motor entirely.

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The wiper motor is burned out or the commutator in the motor is worn,

With the wiper switch in the OFF position, manually grab both wiper arms and move the wipers from their "parked" position.
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By the way, was the fuse blown?? (It won't change the answer).

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I turned on my windshield wipers when they were frozen, now they wont shut off? what do i do? i pulled the fuse for now.


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Unfortunately this is a common occurance on many Caprices . Removing the fuse from inside of the car or unplugging the wiper/washer motor connector in the engine compartment will stop the wiper motor , but it is not a permanent solution / fix .

I can suggest 2 things that may help . #1 I would check and replace the wiper switch ( it could have a worn contact point that does not allow it to interupted to go into delay or to stop altogether . ) # 2 I would check and replace the circuit board that controls the washer- wiper pump and all delay functions .

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I hope that this info has been of help to you .

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The routine (resistor) that shuts off the wipers and parks them correctly is in the wiper motor, not the switch. I assume your switch is good since you make no complaints about its movement. One thing to check before replacing wiper motor is to loosen the wiper arms, and let the motor park itself in what you feel is the bottom of windshield position. Now align the wipers and retighten.

If these get positioned wrong after, say, a frozen morning, this will affect parking of wipers since motor "park" is no longer in synch with wiper arm "park."

Otherwise, if wiring and positioning are correct, I recommend replacing the wiper motor itself.

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Windshield wipers wont shut off


The problem is in the wiper motor assembly. Did you ever notice that when you switch the wipers off they always go back to the home position? This is due to a switch that keeps the wiper motor operating until the wipers are parked. In many older GM vehicles this is accomplished with a leaf type switch which opens when the wipers are in the correct position. when the dash switch is turned on this switched is bypassed keeping them on-when the wipers are turned off the motor continues to operate until this connection is broken.

Inside the wiper motor housing there is a nylon gear that drives a cam that cycles the leaf switch-most likely the gear has become damaged so it no longer drives the leaf switch allowing the switch to remain closed. A cheap fix is to disassemble the motor unit and piece of tape between the contacts. Although the wiper will not park properly they once again can be controlled by the dashboard switch.

In later vehicles the wiper position is located with an electronic sensor with a small PB board - the repair of this gizmo is beyond the scope of most shade tree mecahnics - so the solution is to replace the entire wiper motor assembly - unfortuneatly.

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