I have a pulse board that isn't like the one listed at Checker, O'Reilly or NAPA. The ones shown for it are more flat and bolt on over the gear housing. Mine is a rectangular box and mounts over the motor itself and in no way covers the gear drive. I've tried older and younger models but I can't seem to find the right one. Any ideas on what this pulse board is?
Well if you replace the whole wiper motor and get the lifetime warranty you wont have to worry about it anymore because if it goes out again you just get another motor sure its a little more hard work then a pulse module but you don't have to worry that the motor will go out. just a recommendation.
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Unfortunately, there isn't such a manual for free online. Your best bet would be to visit your local Autozone, Napa, Checker O' Reilly's, etc... auto parts store. Here is where you can purchase the repair manual that you seek for usually less than $20.
The wiper motor is located in the wiper module under the front cowl cover. You can get one at pretty much any parts retailer that you choose. (AutoZone, CarQuest, Napa, O'Reilly's, Etc.) Your question also brings me to the conclusion that you don't even know for sure that you need a wiper motor. If you do not know where it is, there is no way possible that you could have properly diagnosed the reason that your wipers are not working. How do you know that the problem is not being caused by your multifunction switch or wiper relay? Replacing parts without diagnosing the system can be EXPENSIVE!!!
Are you sure that it is the board?? I have a 1995 c1500 and it was doing same thing. Its mounted on rubber gromets and developed a bad ground. Take a wire with two big clips on both ends of it and clip one to the wiper motor. And other on the motor, on a bolt or something.
A 95% chance your wiper motor board is defective. You will find this electronic board on the wiper motor. Buy a replacement board at any parts store (NAPA etc ) and replace yours. This is a VERY common problem and an easy fix.