There are two relays. One is called a wiper HI/LO relay, the other is the wiper park/run relay. They are in the engine compartment fuse panel. If you are looking at the fuse panel with the fuses toward you, and the relays away from you, the relays are two of the small ones located at the top of the box. The two relays you are interested in are the top left and the third one down on the left. All you do is unplug them by pulling them out. You may have to use a pair of pliers. They are controled by a computer module called a GEM module wfhich is located in the middle of the dash inside the vehicle.
This should not happen, change the switch out for a new one.
I'm figuring that this is the same as my 1999 town and country, and I just replaced the wiper switch.. It was easy, and it cost 76.00, and it also had NO effect on the operation of the delay in the wipers. Incidentally, I was trying to fix the delay - What my vehicle does is the delay will work about 4 times, then the wipers "jump" slightly, and the delay no longer works. you have to cycle the wiper switch on and off to get them to go again. Good luck!
perhaps the wiper switch is broken and needs to be replaced.-- The delay part of the Switch.
It's located behind the glove compartment in the light delay relay panel.
The delay system may not have anything to do with the switch. It depends on the manufacturer but the delay system maybe part of the wiper motor assembly...or the delay is sometimes located in a separate module located separately from the control switch.
The signal lights, the high/low beams, the cruise control, the wipers, the wiper delay function, the windshield washer and the 4-way flashers.
The problem is in the on/off/delay switch. Its very common for this to happen. If you are mechanically minded, you can fix it your self. Usually where the switch rotates and makes contact to work the delay either gets dusty and no contact is made or the plastic body breaks off inside and the inner part just rotates with the outer part and the contact is never lost, so they stay on all the time. If this is an older car, just run a toggle switch to the dash from the wire that feeds the windshield motor. This will give you on or off options, no delay. If not mechanically capable, take it to a garage and they should be able to fix it.
There is no time delay switch. The light has 3 positions on the switch at the light. On, Off, & On when the door is open. Check that switch. If that is not it, then you may have a bad door switch.
Yes Many have a time delay adjustment or selector switch to pick how many minutes the delay will be
you will need to replace the wiper motor. there is a SET OF CONTACTS IN THE ASSEMBLY THAT STAYS TOGETHER TIL IN THE STORE POSITION[BOTTOM OF WINDSHIELD]. THIS IS EITHER BROKEN OR BURNT OFF, THUS DISABLING BOTH ACTIONS
In the switch
Down on the steering column behind a plastic shroud
It's on the wiper control switch on the multi-function switch.
Switch is held in with two 5/16" nuts on the backside; if you have delay wipers, you'll have to take out the screws that hold the wiper delay unit from the bottom of the dash to get to the switch nuts.
Propagation delay is the time it takes for electronic devices to switch from one logic state to another.
== == Control switch ? Does it have a delay function on the control switch on the wiper control stalk? This may be the way rear wipers are designed to work. I know this is normal in the 2001
On a 2000 Ford Ranger the only engine that uses a timing BELT is the 2.5 liter four cylinder engine ( I have no idea of what you mean by a " delay switch " )
Yes in theory but why would you want to, the two units cost the same. Also, buy Rain-X and clen windshield inside and out and apply it - this will delaythe need to have the wipers on and helps alot in heavy rains Also buy rain-s windhsield washer to fill the washer tubs with. I traveled across country several times the rainshield made a HUGE difference
The delay time is adjustable with the dealers scan tool.
find you a donor vehicle like a Monte Carlo,if you have a turn signal switch with a dimmer switch combined then your in luck ,the Monte Carlo has the wiper with delay,dimmer and turn signal switch all in one .if the wiper switch is on the dash then you might look twards a switch and wiper motor from a caprice classic, the wiper motor has the delay board installed on it just plug and play.don't foget to hook up the green pulse wire to the single terminal under the washer pump,this can be done because i converted my 71 ss chevelle to delay system,only mods was mounting the switch but i did it without drilling or cutting my dash.
try checking the switch
how do you change the head light time delay to 3 min. how to i get into the DIC information center, what steps do i take! (DIC)
change your wiper switch located on the steering column
Reschedule, postpone, defer, delay...
The turn signal switch (left side of the steering column) includes a couple controls for the wiper. Twist the lever to turn the wipers on. Twist the part of the lever with the paddle to dispense windshield washing fluid. Twist the ring to set the wiper delay.