The Park switch is located in the wiper motor housing and is not replaceable. Please go to local junk yard and get another wiper motor and install. Please note the plastic switch components are a poor design and made with brittle plastic. Also please use a lubricant from a hobby store that can be used on plastic components and won't make the plastic more brittle.
Thank You for asking.
Please clarify or explain what you are trying to accomplish. There are no dip switch setting on that wiper motor that I have ever seen.
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Remove the wiring harness from the wiper motor. Remove the wiper arm linkage. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new wiper motor.
* Remove the windshield wiper arms * Remove the cowl cover * Disconnect the electrical connectorr from the wiper motor * Detach the wiper motor/linkage assembly from the cowl * Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts and remove the motor
unplug the wiper motor under your hook, its located at the back of the engine compartment on the passenger side
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The three wires are the ground wire, the hot wire that runs through the switch and is energized only when the switch is in the on position and the third wire which is energized anytime the ignition switch is on. This circuit allows the wiper arm to go to the "park" position when you turn the wiper switch off. If you turn the ignition switch off while the wiper is in operation it will stop immediately and not continue to the "park" position. When the ignition switch is turned on again, the wiper will return to "park".
no. Make sure wiper is in "OFF" position before you turn off your car.
The switch just pops out of the dashboard.