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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you put the wipers on, you positioned them incorrectly so now they go where they shouldn't.
To fix this you need to first make note of which one goes over the other and keep them that way.
Next, put a piece of tape on the windshield where you think they normally go and use that as your target when reinstalling them. Your tape target will probably be 6 -8 inches above the base of the windshield. The wipers should be almost level when at rest.
You'll have to position them with the wiper motor off and in the 'park' position, which means that you turn them on, then turn them off (not with the key) and let them go down to the bottom of the windshield. At that point, you can begin repositioning them.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
YOU MIGHT HAVE A SORT TO GROUND.A WIRE MIGHT BE LOOSE AND TOUCHING SOMETHING ELSE I WOULD HAVE A PRO TAKE CARE OF THIS PROBLEM
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
The wiper motor has a park mode built in. It's one of two possible problems. The park mode is bad and the motor needs to be replaced. Usually this can be identified by the wipers stopping all over the place.
The second is that the linkage off of the motor has moved, and it will park in the same spot all of the time. Here you need to release the motor to linkage nut, and move the arms to where they should be, and retighten.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
it is probably the wiper motor,its building up to much resistance and blowing your fuse
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you thats kinda what i figured i just wanted someone elses opinion thank you =)"
Hook up an Ammeter in series to the negative battery cable and negative battery post.This way you have full battery voltage during testing .
Then remove the switch for the wipers . Watch the meter once the voltage returns to normal you have found your culprit. If voltage doesn't return to normal do the same for the motor and its relay(I would open up the relay and look it over first)
If all this fails I'll send you the diagram.At that point your on a "Hunt for Red October" I'm out of town currently keep me posted.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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