Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
Yes this is an issue on many Chevys with no recall. MOST of the time the problem you are describing is the wiper motor "pulse board", not the motor itself. Bad solder joints in the thin board, crack, so vibration and normal driving make them worse, and no contact is being made. Good news...Advance Auto Parts carries these for approx. $30, much cheaper than motor replacement. Just like wiper motor removal but all you have to do is remove (3) screws holding pulse board on motor housing, and most IMPORTANT, always put a thin bead of silicone or quality sealer around edge before re-install, this helps with vibration as well as waterproofing. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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