Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
Posted by Anonymous on
This is a very typical GM problem that is usually caused by a faulty logic module on the side of the wiper motor. You can pick up a replacement module at any parts store and easily replace it, but you will have to remove the wipers and the air intake panel at the windshield to get at the motor. Be sure to clean and lubricate the electrical contact land rings with dielectric grease once you have the old module off. If that doesn't work, the switch at the steering column is the problem and replacing that is a whole different issue. Because of difficulty and airbag safety issues, messing with the steering column should be left to an authorized mechanic.
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