Question about Chevrolet C1500
The delay is actually a spring timer located in the switch itself, If the other functions work besides the delay the problem is in the switch, you need to replace the switch.
it simple, under the steering you will see 2 screws and two the sides another 2, remove them to drop the part of the dash under the steering, some vehicles have clips at the sides to hold the dash, others have hidden screws behind the pockets and trays.
once dropped, remove the housing around the steering , unbolt your switch, slide it out, bolt in new one and reassemble.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
Hi, your wiper delay module has failed. It's located behind the driver's kick panel (on LHD vehicles; not sure where it is if you're overseas), plugs right in, and will run you around $40 to replace.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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