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Wind shield wiper dont work on delay, only hi and they stop where ever they are when you switch them off of hi

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  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    i dont see it under kick panel,,,,,you are not talking about the fuse panel are you?

  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    I have a 2006 chevy silverado......the windshield wipers only work on high not on delay,and i cant find the module for it

  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    THANK YOU ! you were correct

  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    good job you saved me a bunch of money

  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    good try dude but there is no module for this year it it is all built into multy switch

  • yagersany1 Apr 04, 2011

    i changed the switch and its still dont work,any other idea,switch was $200 that i am now out

  • yagersany1 Apr 05, 2011

    the only wires i see coming out from where the motor should be go to a cover on the cruise control

  • yagersany1 Apr 05, 2011

    are you talking about inside fire wall or outside

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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.

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  • Rishi Roshan Ali Apr 05, 2011

    it didnt work ?? thats odd,
    ok lets go through this, cant be fuse or relay cause then the entire thing wouldn't work,
    you changed the switch and that didnt work.
    ok return the switch,,

    check the contact point between the switch and the wire's coming off of it. you will need to trace all of them , look for one shorting out, burn or broken. replace ,, (if it is this were talking 2 or 3 wires.)

    it cant be the motor cause then the entire the woudnt work. so the only thing left is the eletrical wiring, from fuse box to switch, from switch to relay to motor. The relay is in the fuse box under the hood. so the wires will run in that order, from outside, to inside to outside.

    that all that can go wrong with it, it isnt controlled by a cpu, its just the switch, wiring and motor, and a fuse , but still. the culprit points at the switch. i highly doubt 2 wires will break at the same time., oh check the contacts for the switch.

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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.

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    Tunde Autos Apr 04, 2011

    Not the fuse panel..

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    Tunde Autos Apr 04, 2011

    Replace the wiper motor "control module" located on the drivers side firewall, trace the wiring harness from the motor to the module.....very simple to replace 4 screws holding on the black cover and a electrical connection plug outside then the module in side

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    Tunde Autos Apr 05, 2011

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