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Kind of need to know the MAKE, MODEL and year to get very close, ...but most of the time wipers not shutting off is an issue within the motor itself. The intermittent circuit uses the same as off circuit, so eventually it fails to make unit shut off.
Sorry no idea with a look myself ,the wipers staying on is caused by the self park mechanism inside the motor unit breaking off but why a new motor isnt working i have no idea other than to check the plug connection on the motor
sounds like a bad wiring conection use an ohms meter to determine current flow also the motar may be begining to fail replace whiper motor if there is low current flow through wiper motor its definatly bad
When you say that they don't work well, do you mean the wipers work erratically or start/quit when you hit a bump?
If you find that the wipers aren't working, leave
them on with the key on. Wiggle the end of a wiper blade or push it
with a stick. If the wipers suddenly come on, even just for an instant,
the printed circuit board in the wiper motor has lost its ground.
Getting to the wiper motor is no fun, but when you gain access to the
plastic cover that shields the electronic board examine the solder
connections on the perimeter of the board. Lugs penetrate the board from
the wiper motor assembly and serve as ground (negative) for the control
board. If you look really close at the solder connections you will see
where they broke. Solder these and bridge this problem joint with copper
It sounds as though the grounding ******** your wiper motor is not making a good ground therefore the wipers are not coming to the exact parking position. By pulling on them you pass that position and they begin to operate correctly. Thank you, Dana
You mean ecm b fuse, it is in the engine compartment fuse box , look on the left fender firewall , black box labeled fuses and relays... flip lid over it is labled for you to reference...hope this helps...thanks