motor is working but wiper blades do not move.
To fix windshield wipers on a Volvo 940 try using new wiper fluid and cleaning the windshield and wiper blades before you replace the blades. It is also important to replace wiper blades regularly.
Sorry to tell you but the only way to get them moving again is to buy a whole new set.
Replace then with new ones.
at the wiper linkage that is at the base of the wiper arms there is a retainer clip that has broken allowing the linkage from the motor to not move the arms. This happened to me on an 1989 ford pick-up once. It was a pretty easy fix once I figured out the right timing of the linkage.
In general, most electric wiper motors have a "home" position at which the motor is to stop when the switch is turned off. If the home position is not detected there is probably a fault in the motor assembly.
If we are talking about the wiper blade (rubber blade and the frame holding the blade) and NOT the wiper ARM...The 1994 Nissan Quest takes a fairly standard 14" rear wiper blade replacement (also 21" drivers side and 20" passenger side replacement windshield wiper blades).For installation, the replacement wiper blades will come with simple-to-follow, step-by-step, illustrated instructions.
First check if your fuse , have gain bad , \if its alright , then check the wiper motor .
The icon needs reset on the computer. Unplugging the battery and hooking it back up will reset the light if this doesn't fix the problem then remove the fuse and replace it.
1. Clean Glass. 2. Wipe the blade of the wiper with soap and water so it feels relatively smooth. 3. Check that the wiper arm is "springy" and is pushing the blade onto the glass well. If this does not fix the problem, the next most logical and inexpensive thing to do is replace the wiper blades with new ones.
change wiper switch
get a wiper