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Old 11-29-2010, 11:32 AM   #1
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I cant get my rear windshield wiper to work correctly, it works fine when i hold down the button to use the windshield washer feature but if i just put it in normal mode to allow it to go by itself it doesnt work, is the actual wiper mode and washer mode on 2 different fuses any ideas?
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Old 11-29-2010, 11:57 AM   #2
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I would either replace the switch or tear it apart and look closely at the switch connection 2 which leads to plug pin 4.

0 = off
2 = wiper only
1 = wiper and pump

Above is internal numbering, dual side switch.


1 = ground
2 = pump (1, one side of internal switch)
3 = lamp
4 = wiper (1 and 2 on switch feed to this, other side)
5 = fused input
6 = to motor (motor is fused)

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Old 11-29-2010, 12:25 PM   #3
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pritty sure they are on the same fuze. but i never use mine any ways. I actually have my wiper fluid hose rigged up so it shoots out backwards for pesty tailgaters. They are lucky i dont fill it up with anything else! lol
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So the blade moves when you press down, but not when you click it in the first position?
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So the blade moves when you press down, but not when you click it in the first position?
yea it works when i press it all the way down but not when i turn it on to work just the wiper, its weird all i remember happening is i washed my rig one day and then it stoped working.
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My best guess it is something with the switch then

it is not a fuse or the motor itself

you can get OEM spares for like $15
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