Question about Cars & Trucks
I need to find out how to get the wipers to work with the switch instead of all the time. I hooked the radio back up and checked all the things I was told about to fix and nothing has worked so far. new motor, new switch, even changed steering column and still nothing.
The fault must be in the wiring, you hav'nt said vehicle etc , have you replaced the relay as well , usully under bonnet fuse box but as dont know vehicle can't be specific
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar problem with my 2000 Jeep TJ and I found the problem in the wiring harness under the hood.several wires were corroded and almost burnt off.If you remove the black tape which keeps the harness bundled together and if you see evidence of "green" type powder or "gook" it's most likely where the wires have faulted.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: windshield wiper switch
The only other part that could be the problem with the winshield wipers not working in slow-mode or not park when you shut off the wiper switch is the winshield wiper motor, it has a park swith inside the motor to shut off the wipers and park them were they should be.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: Windshield wipers don't work
Ok, this is a steering column issue. The wiring needs to be replaced. Shouldn't cost much at all. also, the external switch may have issues as well but, i suggest you re wire your steering column to fix this problem.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
give the mottor a few taps and spray wd40 in it if you can it releases things thats stuck. also make sure all movable parts are moving freeely. sounds silly but can catch on things. cables are not squashed and the like.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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