Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Wipers park in upright position. Other than that they work fine.
More than likely, your little wiper transmission isn't catching correctly. I had this issue with my sisters Buick. Open the hood. Remove the panel located nearest to the bottom of you windshield near your wipers. You should see a small oval or teardrop shaped cover, (approximately the size of a playing card) that you will need to remove to expose the wiper transmission. It just pops off. Turn your wipers on and see if the "tab" on the transmission catches to stop your wipers in the down position. Her's did not. I lubricated it slightly and with careful pressure, bent the tab just a bit. The wipers then caught at the appropriate time, closing the wipers correctly. Remember to replace the cover and the panel on your vehicle when complete. Ever onward! Hope this was helpful for your model as well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 impala windshield wiper
the wirpers are connected to a shaft. the shaft is connected to a motor. The shaft must have turned and wipers were stuck and didn't move. So you will need to pull of each wiper arm and reposition with wipers turned off.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
This is a commoon problem with what is called the "Park pawl stop". The tab is most likely bent and needs to be re-aligned, then the wipers need to be re-timed. This re-timing can be a little difficult, although the re-aligning of the tab is failry simple.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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
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