wiper intermittent relay 1990 acura integra
It controls the intermittent wipers
The intermittent wiper relay is helpful when only a light rain or mist is present. It causes the wiper motor to only operate once every few seconds.
Its in the boot.
can you tell me where the relays for the intermittent wiper on a corsa 2006 sxi
It's in the fuse box on the left drivers leg, under the dash area.
This is complicated. the multifuntion switch sends signal to the body computer, the body computer controls the wiper relay. so yes the relay is turned on and off by the body computer. most likely failure is the multifunction switch. as there is no way to easly check this without having a scan tool to see if the body comuper "see" the correct signal from the switch. hope this helps GL
There are actually 3 relays on the 03 accord for the wiper system. Washer motor relay, Intermittent wiper relay, and windshield wiper High relay. The manual shows them to be located in the relay control module. There is two locations for relays in this accord with the first in the same location as the fuse box (above) it hidden behind the kick panel. There is another relay box under the hood close to battery. I do not know which box has the relays for the wipers, I will post back when I learn more.
Behind a panel next to the right of the glove box.
The wiper relay sorts out the intermittent wipe and the parking of the wipers it's blue 6 pin it's right hand side of fuse box behind glovebox :)
The wiper relay is behind the fuse box which is under the dash to the left of the driver side, its huge. also the flasher is down their and some other relays are their as well
On a 2007 Ford Explorer : The rear wiper control is on the inner part of the turn signal lever , closer to the steering wheel column . It has ( 2 ) intermittent wiper settings and the OFF position
The intermittent wiper switch for your front winshield wipers is located on your turn signal stalk - which is just part of the multi-function switch. When mine started acting up I took it to the dealer and let them change it.
The wiper control relay on your 92 BMW 325i is located in the fuse and relay panel in the engine compartment, drivers side toward the windshield. It is the long relay that is furthest away and to your right as you look down at the panel from over the driver's side fender.
it seems to me that you are having issues with the body control module as this module controls your intermittent wiper speed and the rest of the speeds are controlled directly by the wiper switch . regards , ashish
There aren't any switches to check/replace i.e. wiper switch, wiper relay therefore it must be a bad motor.
The wiper relay is located behind the fuse box, third socket from the drivers side. This relay controls the low speed and intermittent functions. It also controls the motor to "park" the wipers down rather than just stopping them. The 1st relay is for the E-flashers and turn signals and the 2nd relay is for the low/high beam headlights.
It's behind the passenger-side kick panel. It's below the dash and in front of the door.
The intermittent windshield wiper.
"Multi-function switch" usually refers to the turn signal/wiper control module which is located on the steering column at the base of the signal/wiper control lever.
there is no relay its a mecanical pump Some late model 1979 do have fuel injection thus requiring a relay. If you have fuel injection relay is the longer looking relay set under the dash on the passenger side. it should be in the same location as the seat belt relay, wiper intermittent switch and horn relay.
Yes, the 1992 Acura Integra has a wiper relay on it. The relay is located under the underhood relay box.
The wiper motor relay is in the box, built on the wiper motor.
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