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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiper fluid motor stop working
The washer fluid is usually on the same fuse as the wipers so, you probably wouldn't find anything there.
There is a little black pump that is usually in the bottom of your washer reservoir that goes out from time to time.
Disconnect the power wire to the pump and using a test light (and someone inside the car to push the wash button) connect the ground lead of the test light to the neg side of battery and then probe each connector of the wire while the button is being pushed. If you have power, then it is very likely that the pump is bad, if you don't have power, then you will have to trace out that wire and make sure that a little mouse hasn't used it for a nest.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
fuse #8 in the fuse box inside is the fuse for the wipers and washers....if it is good there is a couple other possibilities the multifunction switch or the intermittent wiper module
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
My Chevy was having troubles with the wipers and had to put a large zip tie around the motor and wiring connection. The post were worn down just enough for it to lose contact. The Zip Tie holds tension on it.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
i hand the same problem on another vehicle
and the wiper would park anywhere. it was the intermittion wiper controller box located under the dash buy your feet. its the size of an
cigeret box, junk yard it for 3 bucks.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Sounds like your problem may have been the BCM from the start. (Body Control Module) . It's to the left of the brake pedal under dash, behind the junction block, near end of carpet. If you can get connector(s) off and spray connections with electrical spray cleaner, then plug them back in, you may get lucky and fix the problem, but if not, your probably looking at about $800 to replace it. You can try wrecking yard, but has to be same numbers and your taking a gamble on how long it will last, if it even works. Make sure you have a dealer diagnose it properly to be sure.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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