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Intermittent wiper module

From surfing on the net; I do believe I have and intermittent wiper module issue. Now where is it located and where can I get one?

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My intermittent wiper mode seems to only work on occasion, never consistently.


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RAM 1500 Intermittent Wiper Screwed Up / broken. ... Update: AFTERMARKET PART (NOT the original) works PERFECTLY: (603) 758-1046 is the CITGO in Hampton, NH ... I lived with it in my 04 Ram but now there is no intermittent - its on or off. ...Replaced the wiper motor - it has the "intelligence" in it.

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What does a generic electronic module do?


Ford uses separate relay for intermittent wipers. I had one burn out. Electronic module is for engine and related components.

Sep 19, 2014 | 1998 Ford Taurus SE

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How do I replace wiper motor (intermittent feature not working, and stops in middle of window)


on most cars under the dash on the drivers side locate the wires comming down from the steering columm you will find a box that is a wiper delay module,it is more then likely burnt out ,2 plug ins and it should fix your wiper problem

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Winshield wiper delay intermitent module making noises


The wiper delay is in the steering column. It's a small box about 2 x 2 inches with a wiring harness attached. With the testing procedures I found below, you should be able to figure it out. I found wiper delays on eBay for around $10 to $20. Good luck.

WINDSHIELD WIPERS CHEROKEE, COMANCHE & WAGONEER 1. POWER INPUT Remove circuit breaker. Test battery side of circuit breaker. If battery voltage is not present, repair open to splice. Test across circuit breaker terminals. Tester reading should be zero (0) ohms. If not, replace circuit breaker. 2. GROUND Connector A unplugged. Test terminal G. Tester reading should be zero (0) ohms. If not, repair open to ground. 3. INTERMITTENT WIPERS Ignition switch in ACCY. Remove delay module and plug connectors together from the module. If wiper operate in LO and HI speed modes and mist (washer) is working, if wipers and mist operate, replace intermittent module. If not go to step 4. 4. WIPER/WASHER SWITCH Ignition in RUN, wiper switch position as indicated, back probe switch side of connector A for standard, connector B for intermittent: Test connector terminal E-wiper switch in LO and mist/intermittent. If battery voltage is not present, replace switch. test connector terminal C-wiper switch in HI. If battery voltage is not present, replace switch. Test connector terminal F-wiper switch to OFF. If battery voltage is present until wipers stop and then voltage drops to zero (0), system is working fine. If this does not occur, replace switch. 5. INTERMITTENT WIPERS Connector B unplug. Test across terminal A and D while rotating switch from minimum to maximum delay. If tester reading is not between 0-500 ohms, replace switch. Test across terminal A and G while rotating switch from minimum delay to maximum delay. If tester reading is between 0 and 500 ohms, replace wiper module. If not replace switch. 6. WIPER MOTOR Ignition in ACCY, wiper switch position as indicated, probe connector D. Test connector terminal 1. If resistance is no zero (0) ohms,repair open to ground. Test connector terminal 4-wiper switch in any position. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. if is not repair open from fuse panel. Test connector terminal 2-wiper switch in LO. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. If not , repair open from wiper switch. Test connector terminal 2-wiper switch in HI. If battery voltage is present, replace motor. If not , repair open from wiper switch. Test connector terminal 5-wiper switch OFF with voltmeter connected. If battery voltage is present until wipers stop and then voltage drops to zero, system is OK, replace motor. If not, repair open from wiper switch.

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Found on the web. I hope this helps.
Rich Long

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What relays are there for the intermittent wipers and where are they located on a 1999 Ford Taurus?


the intermitent works off of the (gem) generic electronic module which controls the wipers. if wipers working except the delay cycle replace the module. the relays are located in the engine compartment . wiper park relay- wiper hi-lo relay- washer motor relay. fuse in fuse panel under driver side dash panel.

Nov 19, 2010 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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My intermittent wipers won't work on the intermittent, only when it is on low or high


You most likely have a bad intermittent wiper module. I believe it is above the drivers foot well and is velcro'd or zip tied to a bracket. If I remember correctly it runs about $60 from the dealer.

Jun 05, 2010 | 2000 Ford Windstar

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Windsheild wipers not working, tried another wiper motor and fuses are ok am i missing a inline fuse or do i have to replace the switch?


could be the switch.but if it has intermittent wipers i think,not sure though, that that year has an intermittent wiper modul at base of steering column or near there. if it does unplug the two connectors to it and plug them into each other.if they now work then a new module is needed. but you dont need to replace it, you just wont have intermittent

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THE AUTO DOOR LOCK AND POWER WINDOW DO NOT WORK AND I CANT FIND THE FUSE FOR THEM ON 2005 NISSAN ALTIMA


From the service manual, which is available relatively inexpensive at Promanuals.net here

 Both front wiper relays are located in the IPDM E/R (intelligent power distribution module engine room)
 Wiper switch (combination switch) is composed of a combination of 5 output terminals and 5 input terminals.
Terminal combination status is read by BCM (body control module)
 BCM controls front wiper LO, HI, and INT (intermittent) operation
 IPDM E/R operates the wiper motor according to CAN communication signals from the BCM.
Power is supplied at all times
 through 50A fusible link (letter f , located in the fuse and fusible link box)
 to BCM terminal 70, and
 through 20A fuse (No. 39, located in the IPDM E/R)
 to front wiper relay, located in the IPDM E/R
With the ignition switch in ON or START position, power is supplied at all times
 through 10A fuse [No. 1, located in the fuse block (J/B)]

Sep 28, 2009 | 2005 Nissan Altima

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My windshield wipers wont turn on


This information is out of my manual, I hope it helps you, Ian
WIPERS/WASHERS
DESCRIPTION
FRONT WIPER/WASHER SYSTEM
The windshield wipers can be operated with the
windshield wiper switch when the ignition switch is
in the RUN or ACCESSORY positions. The windshield
wiper system is protected by a 30 amp fuse (9)
located in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) part
of the Integrated Power Module (IPM) in the engine
compartment. The wiper/washer switch is integral to
the multi-function switch. It is a resistive MUX
switch that sends inputs to the BCM to operate the
wiper/washer system.
REAR WIPER/WASHER SYSTEM
The rear windshield wiper and washers can be
operated when the ignition switch is in the RUN or
ACCESSORY positions.
OPERATION
FRONT WIPER/WASHER SYSTEM
The windshield washer circuit is protected by a 9
amp PTC located in the Junction Block. The wiper
motor has permanent magnetic fields. The speeds are
determined by current flow to the appropriate set of
brushes inside the motor. The current flow is controlled
by the multi-function switch stalk mounted
wiper switch, high speed/low speed relays located in
the Power Distribution Center (PDC) part of the
Integrated Power Module (IPM) in the engine compartment.
The speed sensitive intermittent wiper is
controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM). The
intermittent mode, with the vehicle traveling greater
than 10.4 mph, has a range of 0.5 to 18 seconds.
With the vehicle traveling less than 10.4 mph, and
the time delay is not adjusted, time delay doubles to
a range of 1 to 36 seconds. The wiper arms will park
at the base of the windshield just above the cowl
cover after the wiper switch is turned OFF.
WIPERS/WASHERS (Continued)
The windshield wiper motor and linkage is located
in an integral wiper unit at the rear of the engine
compartment. The wiper unit must be removed to
gain access to the wiper motor.
REAR WIPER/WASHER SYSTEM
When continuous rear wiper operation is required,
the Body Control Module (BCM) will provide ignition
ON voltage to the rear wiper motor. When the wiper
switch is turned OFF, the BCM provides circuit
ground to operate the motor until the wipe cycle is
complete and the wiper arm returns to the base of
the rear window.
When intermittent rear wiper mode is selected, the
wiper motor will cycle every 7 seconds. The intermittent
delay time is also adjusted based upon vehicle
speed. With the vehicle traveling greater at 50 mph,
the cycle changes to every 5 seconds. DIAGNOSIS
AND TESTING
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING - FRONT WIPER
SYSTEM
The windshield wiper system operates in several
modes:
† Low and high speed normal wipe
† Speed sensitive intermittent wipe
† Wipe after wash
† Pulse wipe
† Park (switch OFF)
The windshield wiper circuits are continuously
monitored and controlled by the Body Control Module
(BCM). If a problem occurs in the electronic components,
wiring, switch (except integral motor park
switch) and wiper motor a Diagnostic Trouble Code
(DTC) will be stored in the BCM memory. DTC’s can
be retrieved using a DRB IIIt scan tool. Refer to the
proper Body Diagnostic Procedures manual for DTC
descriptions and retrieval information.
The windshield wiper park switch and circuit is
monitored by the BCM. The park switch and circuit
can be tested using the Wiper System Diagnosis
table.
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING - REAR WIPER
SYSTEM
The rear window wiper system operates in several
modes:
† Continuous wipe
† Intermittent wipe
† Wash
† Wipe after wash
The windshield wiper circuits are continuously
monitored and controlled by the Body Control Module
(BCM). If a problem occurs in the electronic components,
wiring, switch (except integral motor park
switch) and wiper motor a Diagnostic Trouble Code
(DTC) will be stored in the BCM memory. The
DTC(s) can be retrieved using a DRB IIIt scan tool.

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