A bad pulse board or window wiper motor can cause your wipers to stay in the "up" position.
I had that problem and it was the wiper motor. I got one from the wreckers complete with the (transmission) or assembly and it works great. You can buy just the motor but it is more difficult to mount, I suggest changing the complete assembly.
It is possible that the wiper pulse board is defective.
Coordinates are the "X" and "Y" on your map X means horizontal position and Y mean vertical position. (You can see them on left side of the screen)
A bad fuse may be the cause of windshield wipers not working on a 1998 Lumina. The switch that activates the wiper motor is another possible cause for the wipers not working.
Too high a temperature
The "park" switch inside the wiper motor assembly has failed.
the wires maybe fired because it's a 1997 it could be used alot.
A bad relay switch will cause the windshield wipers to not turn off. Replace the relay switch and the windshield wipers should turn off.
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There are several things that can cause your windshield wipers not to work. The most common cause is a malfunctioning windshield wiper motor.
The battery in my 1995 kia sephia had to be placed replaced and now I noticed water marks on top of brand new battery. What would cause the battery to overcharge?
it is broken
I have the same problem with my 1997 Pontiac Transport. I live in the snow belt and had to leave my car unattended for a spell so to turn the engine off while the wipers were working so as to leave them in a vertical position thereby preventing them from being trapped in snow and ice had I parked them in the normal off position. After that they now park up instead of down (horizontal). I bookmarked the question page. I will try to give you my solution to the problem once I discover it. I fixed my 1998 Pontiac wipers by removing the plastic cover over the motor and spraying the disks where the arm attaches with brake cleaner. Seems to park the wipers correctly their must be enough friction to cause the "park mode" to be engaged when the motor runs backwards (which is what it does to park the wipers). Adding grease make it worse, so I removed all grease with the spray from the brake cleaner, especially on the little spring the wraps around all those little plates.
Problem may be in the wiper motor, some GM cars have a wiper control module that goes bad, there was a recall on them. I don't recall if the Caviliar was one of those or not.
My guess would be a loose or disconected wire
two sensors camshaft and crankshaft if either of the two or both are bad this will cause the stalling.
cause there is a circuit failure of the wiper motor. or switch.
AnswerSounds like a bad ignition switch.I changed the ignition switch and there was no changeCheck the neutral safety / transmission range sensor next.I know, it doesn't seem it could cause electrical gremlins, but...
The most common cause that windshield wipers stop working is a blown fuse. The windshield wiper motor may need to be changed is also common.
Dryness will cause the wipers to vibrate or jitter against the glass. If there is not enough moisture on the windshield (for example, a light sprinkle of rain) the wipers may move with a jerky motion. Also, the wipers could be very old, and the wiping rubber/vinyl could have lost some of its softness and flexibility. If you mean vibration when they are not active, the wind against the windshield could cause them to flutter if they are not properly seated. A clean windshield and new wiper blades will usually cure the vibration.
Well, both the wipers and the blower could have a burned out fuse. Of course, they both could have a burned out motor. I would run a hot wire from the battery to the wipers and the blower motor. If they worked, I'd be looking for a fuse or bad switch.
bad switch off the steering column.
most likely the fuse is blown
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