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Probly motor indeed
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
Yes doug its a f... up motor
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have seen this problem several times and it was the assembly under the steering wheel at the top of the steering column. There are many electrical connections in there for turn signals, wipers, horn, headlight dimmer, etc. The electrical contacts could be dirty and not conducting current or they could be misalligned or broken or just plain worn out.
If you're up to it, take steering wheel off and take a look. If there is an airbag, and you've never removed one of those, I wouldn't even start -- take it back to the shop and tell them what you suspect the problem to be.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
WHEN THEY DO NOT WORK OPEN THE HOOD.RIGHT ABOVE WHERE THE STEERING COLLUM COMES THROUGH THE FIRE WALL IS THE WIPER MOTOR.ON THE MOTOR IS THE WIPER CONTROL MODULE.SMACK IT W/YOUR HAND.IF THE WIPERS START TO WORK THE CONTROL MODULE IS BAD
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 1992 dodge shadow.but the windshield wipers isn't working.I checked the motor is well,the terminal voltage is 12V,how can I continu to repair the 1992 dodge shadow's windshield wipers?
You posting is slightly confusing but I gather your windshield wipers stopped working.
The repair method is as follows;
) Check the fuse.
) Check the wiper motor. Turn the wipers on and listen for the hum of the motor.
If you hear the hum then the linkage has probably come loose. You will have to take the covers off
to get to the linkage for the wiper. You can either repair the parts, get salvage yard parts or replace with new part$.
If you do not hear the motor hum then you should verify electricity is getting to the motor. A simple
voltmeter can be used. If the motor is bad you can replace it. Call some auto supply stores for after-market motors or call salvage yards for parts.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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