The switch for the rear wiper is on the same lever as the front wipers. It's a circular switch that turns forward & backward.
The switch for the rear wiper will be on the dash, to the left of the steering wheel.
It should be for the rear wiper or rear defroster. I have a 1992 (no power switch), but on the left side of my column are the fog light and rear defrost switches, and on the right is the rear wiper switch.
If the rear wiper on a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo will not turn off it could mean that the rear wiper switch is broken. The cost to replace the switch averages around $200 if done by a professional mechanic.
Push the wiper stalk towards the dash.
push the wiper lever away from you. this washes the rear windscreen and starts the wiper. push the lever away from you again to stop the wiper.
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rear wiper, rear defrost
Switch or the park switch in the motor.
The switch just pops out of the dashboard.
When I hit the blinker I accidently moved the switch...sorry.
rotate the right stalk forward
Remove the dash bezel, remove the switch, reverse process with new switch.
The fluid not spraying could be a clogged line or disconnected line or bad windshield washer motor. The rear wiper not working could be a bad wiper motor in the rear or unhooked linkage or fuse or relay. Check the fuses etc first.
Use the same switch for the front wipers. Once the front wipers are switched on, the rear wiper will come on as well. However, a reverse twist of the switch would turn on just the rear wiper.
In my Ford Expedition, the rear wiper function is on the regular windshield wiper wand about half way down, toward the steering wheel. If you twist the little black knob(??) down, it will activate the rear wiper fluid feature, twist it up and it will give you a few intermittent options.
2003 GMC Envoy rear wiper troubleshooting - check in this order: Fuse, switch, spindle/tightness of arm, motor, wiring. See the Sources and Related Links section below for rear wiper blade information.
1998 Mercury Mountaineer rear wiper troubleshooting - check in this order: Fuse, switch, spindle/tightness of arm, motor, wiring. See the Sources and Related Links section below for rear wiper blade information.
This is located along with the front wiper switch. It might be just a little bit over. Just turn it on to get the back wiped off too.
If the wiper motor is good and the motor shaft turns when the wiper is on then you need to check the linkage for the wiper arm. the rear wiper motors and switches are notorious for going bad in the jgc you may have lost your switch.
See "Rear Window Wiper and Washer Switch" on page 20 in chapter 3 "Instruments and Controls" of your "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
Fuse 32 in the center console fuse block
Check in this order: Fuse, Switch, Motor, Wiring.
The rear wiper sometimes stop in cycle. Try turning on the switch and then gently move the arm slowing to trigger the motor.
It's possible that the wiper switch is bad, but most likely it's the wiper motor itself. Wiper motors have an internal switch that only turns off when both the manual switch is turned off AND the wiper blade is in the park position. If the wiper motor cannot sense that it has hit the park position, it will run continuously.