Question about 1996 Chevrolet Lumina Mini
My wipers work only when they feel like it. It seems like if I hit a big bump they will either come on, if I have the stick on, or go off, if they have been working. I am wondering if I have a loose connection somewhere, but I am unable to find the wiper motor? Where is it located and how can I get my wipers to work. This is a recent problem, but with all the rain in Iowa lately, I seriously need my wiper. Any help is appreciated. Jamie
Under the hood remove plastic cover under the grill in the engine compartment the wiper motor there it a bad motor its not easy to change on that model start the car activate the wiper gently tap the wiper motor with a big screw driver or anything solid it should start running if so change the motor and it a fixya thanks pierre p.s in montreal its a bad summer rain all the time good luck jamie
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