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When i turn the wipers off they stop in the wrong position

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  • firas_fawzi Apr 07, 2011

    Thanx for your help. but the problem is not like this. the problem is the wiper is not come back to the right position that mean its stop in the place where it turned off not continue to the end, not working on the intermittent mode, not working on the one touch mode & not working when I used the water. that mean its working only with the continuously mode and stopping just where I turn it off. but the rear one is working ok with all modes.

    Thanx

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Usually you can set your wipers to the correct position while they are turned off. There should be a knurled nut or some other assembly at the bottom of the wiper arm where it connects to your car. You should be able to loosen that up, then put your wiper arms where you want them to be, then tighten the nut back up and then check to see if your wipers sweep and sit like they should.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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SOURCE: 2001 pontiac grand prix- wiper blades stop in

needs wiper module. check bushings around wiper motor at the firewall.

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SOURCE: when i turn my wipers off they stop in an upright

This is a common problem on the Impalas. There is probably a bent tab under the driver side wiper. See this website for more info:
http://www.naioa.com/v2/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=26086

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SOURCE: 1998 grand prix wipers stop in wrong position

no need to get to the motor, you need to loosen the bolt that holds the wiper, make sure the wiper is set to off after you loosen the bolts ajust to the desired place and re tighten the bolts that will deffinitaly fix your problem, it fixed mine anyway.

Posted on Jun 27, 2010

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SOURCE: 1998 grand prix wipers stop in wrong position

You wont need to, all you need to do is un screw the nut that holds the wiper blades, adjust to the desired position and re tighten. Easy Fix

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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I would go with a bad wiper module,not the motor or column switch.
There is a module for the variable speed somewhere,I would guess under the dash.
Ask a dealer where it is and replace yourself

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