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Wiper relays (2) on/off relay an speed relay , location battery junction box . Look at the wiring diagram here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. year , make , model and engine . System click body & accessories , subsystem click wipers/washers . Click the search button , then the blue link . After viewing the wiring diagram for the wipers , Change systems to electrical distribution , then click junction block . Then the search button an first blue link . Shows the relay position . The wiper switch is a input to the front electronic control module . The relays are also controlled by the electronic control module . Probably has code set in the module . You would need a factory scan tool to check this .

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Have you done a Probe Test on the vehicle? A Probe Light Tester can help you locate a short in your cars electrical system. To learn what a Probe Tester is and How to use it, watch the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXzKcEyIOq8

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Most fords I have worked on do have a seperate module for the wipers. It's called the wiper control module. Usually located to the right of the glove box. These are easy to replace. This is what's wrong with the wipers. You can get it the parts store. GEM stands for General eletronic module, This controls some things in the car, but I'm not sure that it controls the wipers. I do know that it is more expensive than the wiper module. Call the parts store and ask for both and you will find out. And if the shop is trying to sell you a more expensive part, then it sounds like there trying to get you for a little more money.

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Hi, this is a common GM problem. I'm assuming you mean the front wipers. The wiper motor control module is most likely defective. The module is mounted directly to the wiper motor. You can probe the plug going into the motor with a digital multi-meter while operating the switch to verify the switch is good. On some of these you can replace the "pulse board" inside the control module, on some you must replace the module. Or, I have located an entire wiper motor assembly for your vehicle on EBAY for $80.40. Of course if you go the EBAY route check with the seller for fitment and to be sure the module is on the motor he is selling. It would be easier to just replace the module. Good luck and if you need anymore info, just leave a comment.

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The wiper motor control module needs to be replaced, if you can buy one. The control module is mounted to the wiper motor. If you can't buy just the module, you will need to buy the entire unit. I am pretty sure you need the control module, but you can verify this by unplugging the plug that goes into the wiper motor and checking each of the pins on the plug with a 12 volt test light connected to ground while someone operates the switch. If the switch is good, you will get voltage on high as well as delay. I was able to locate an entire assembly on EBAY for less than the cost of the module from the dealer. Good luck!

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The wiper control module is the most likely problem. The water from the window gets into the connector and the module. You may have to replace both parts. It's located on the wiper motor under the wiper cowl near the hood on the driver's side.

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This is your wiper control module that is causling the issue. This is located on the motor and only two screws are holding it in place. Remove the screws, pull the module off and replace the module. It should take ten minutes once you have the new module. Hope this helps.

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