Question about Hyundai XG300
If you can still hear the wiper motor running then it sounds like the linkage that drives the wipers (it connects the wiper arms to the wiper motor) is jamming up. Remove tge wiper arms and the trim panel, if any, at the base of the windshield, or underhood at the base of the windshield and you should see this linkage assembly. It consists of a few brackets and rods connected by pins that allow them to move relative to each other. It's at those pins that you'll most likely have a problem - over time, they can wear and get grooved from the action of the arms and that can cause them to jam. As long as the problem isn't caused by a random object falling in there, that's your most likely problem. If your linkage isn't the issue, I'd replace the wiper motor as that is the most expensive, and final, link in the system.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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