Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
This problem is often caused by a faulty relay on the alarm module.
The module has three identical relays on it, one for the front wipers, one for the rear wipers, and one for something else. You can probably find a small 12V relay at your local Radio Shack. If not, Mouser Electronics (www.mouser.com) sells everything you need.
Remove the alarm module (A & C module - under the glove box). You might also want to remove the keyless remote box and the support bracket to give you more room to work). Desolder the relays and install new ones. You'll need a small soldering iron (about a 40 Watt) with a pencil tip, a solder removal bulb (solder ******), some desoldering braid, and some rosin core solder. Be careful with the heat around other components on the board. Too much heat may damage one or more of the surrounding chips or relays. Once the new relays are soldered in, slide the board back into the plastic module, snap it together, and reattach it under the glove box.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Check the ground for motor. hook a wire from motor housing and go to ground
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
My apologies AL this you guys saying is wrong there is in the glove box two big relays one black and the other one beige color Wich is the alarm module, belive it or not this is the one for the wiper delay, when I first read about was confused bUT I replaced and I did work perfectly fine . Hope it helps eone like it help me
Posted on Oct 21, 2015
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