Question about 2003 Dodge Neon
Wiper delay is not working. Normal mode works.
Intermittent wipers: Inside the wiper motor (of most cars) there is a diode or diodes. They burn out or they break. If you replace the diodes the intermittent wipers will work again. If you cannot replace the diodes, replace the wiper motor completely (used or new)
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
Wiper/washer problems? Here are some more common problems.
Posted on Apr 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this exact problem. You will need a new linkage assembly. One of the arms has broken off. If I recall, it wasnt cheap. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: Rear wiper motor not working
most likely the wiper motor is bad the second wire sould be a ground if you set meter to ohms you sould be able to get a low resistance to any good ground on the vehicle if the hot wire is hot any time key is on the bcm is controling the ground to operate moter and you should have a steady continuity on the ground side with switch on the fast postion an it will read on and off in the intermitant postion if both wires test good motor is bad when you replace motor let it cycle and shut it off before installing the arm on it
Posted on May 21, 2009
If your wiper work on slow and high and delay does not work its wiper delay module need to be replace. Get one from a junk yard save you some cash, common on dodge vech. 04883827AA for windshield wiper motor delay module. hope that help some
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
I hate to sound dumb, but have you replaced the multi function switch also? Do your wipers only work when you press the wash button?The Multi function switch is the actual wiper/bright control/turn signal switch. They go bad often in these models, I have a 96 town and country (108,000 miles and still love it) and have had the same problem.I have also heard of taking the wiper motor apart and cleaning the contacts (which I did, to no avail). I first started with the multi function switch, went on to the wiper motor and I cleaned (scraped) every electrical contact that has to do with the wiper, I pulled the BCM and checked for any cold solder joints, and I am currently waiting for my ordered new BCM and I hope that is the problem.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "I will check the multifunction switch today. Thanks."
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