Question about 1999 Chevrolet Venture
I fix it on two montana . i Sit an afternoon to realise olly drop of oil is needed!!
So look at this: Open the hoot and locate the disk on the top of the wiper motor . When it run it turn allways in the same direction. when it goes to park the motor go to revese and during these process a little arm under these disk jam the one under and reverse rotation to park the wiper arm .
So look carefully at the disk .You can see there two disk stick together. put oil to unsqeeze it . you can do it when engine is off....
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
There is a computer board on your wiper motor that is bad, you can buy a new one at almost any oarts store. dont replace whole wiper motor.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
I had same problem, I was able to fix mine pretty easy. first turn off wipers and remove key as there is a possibility of getting your fingers injured if wipers move. On my 2003 I removed weather stripping and wiper motor cover they just pull off. Then there is a small plastic cover that covers the cams on top of wiper motor, that snaps on and off, remove it.Use a good spray lubercant (Blaster) (WD40) or any penatrating oil and spray the cams at every angle, top and bottom. let sit for a few minutes, I lightly tapped on the cams with a hammer.with everything out of the way turn your wipers on and off to see if they are working, if not repeat. This worked for me first try.
Posted on Jan 27, 2013
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