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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take it to dealer unless you can replace the wiper switch assembly yourself, a sure test is using a circuit tester. also tighten the motor housing if the nuts are loose usually GM uses 3 nuts, other wise take it to the dealer, they have the Technical Service Bulletins on your car, the non-dealers may not have them or have no clue or plain give you a false statement that they give you like a you don't have a clue, if so time to walk out and not return.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Humm, do not be mislead by the rain sensitive wipers. The system has the ability to operate the wipers from delay >>through full speed >>and off. Lever position is one clue to look for, but when the system has been left on, and you start the car, the wipers take one swipe....to indicate it's activation.
The key in your case, is was there any water on the windshield. or other debris around the sensor on the windshield....
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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