What do you mean by "stuck". I assume the wiper switch is in the turn signal lever? It could mean that the wiper motor assembly is faulty. The motor assembly has a position sensor that keeps the motor running until the wipers come to rest at the appropriate position. If that sensor has failed you will need to replace the wiper motor.
The turn signal switch (left side of the steering column) includes a couple controls for the wiper. Twist the lever to turn the wipers on. Twist the part of the lever with the paddle to dispense windshield washing fluid. Twist the ring to set the wiper delay.
The windshield wipers are not automatic... the lever that controls the wipers have three positions and you will have to pull the lever down to the off position. The position below off is for mist. If you pull the lever to that position and let it go, the lever will go back to the off position.
The control lever for wipers on the Transit is able to move up and down (for operating the front wipers), but also can be moved towards and away from the driver to control the rear wipers. Push the wiper lever away from you (while seated in the driver seat) to turn off rear wipers.
My wipers would only work on high. we replaced the signal lever which works the wipers too. i did get my mechanic to do it because it was'nt as easy as the parts store said it was. try replaceing the wiper pulse relay board under driver side dashboard
turn signal lever connection loose ... mine was... This was part of a recall back in 2000 or 2001.
it is on the same lever you turn your front wipers on with but you twist the the last inch of it
on most cars with a lever next to the windscreen wipers, it's usually cruise control or a speed limiter
The multi-function switch inside the steering column has the turn signal lever and hazard lights button extending outside of the steering column it operates - turn signals - flash to pass - high beam headlights - windshield wipers ( on/off ) and intermittent speed settings for the wipers - windshield washer fluid squirter button
If the windshield wipers work when pushing the lever down but not when they are turned on all the time, the problem could be in the wiper motor relay switch. There are two different relay switches for the windshield wipers, so that if the one fails a person can still clear the windshield manually.
pull up on the turn signal lever,check the bright lights relay,check the bulbs & wiring. etc,etc,etc
A turn signal will be activated once you engage it, to do so is very simple. Usually it is a control built in to a small lever that is on either side of the steering wheel column. To activate all you do is push the lever down to activate the right turn signal and push the lever up to activate the left turn signal. Happy driving
Wiper motor is not working properly or the combination switch in the steering column is not working properly which is the lever that turns the wipers on.
Your multi function switch is mounted inside your steering column cover The turn signal lever is part of the multi function switch , as is the hazard flasher switch - these are visible outside of the steering column cover Your turn signal lever / multi function switch operates : - turn signals - high beams - flash to pass - windshield wipers - windshield washer
good morning sir , thank you for your cooperation my car is make a MERCEDES type; C200 COMPRESSOR ,ymf:2000 THE PROBLEM IS WHEN I ACTUATED THE LEVER ON BOTH SIDE UP AND DOWN THE FLACHER DON T WORKING MORE EVER when we turn the lever for the function wiper also doesn t work either we check all fuses they are ok hope receive answer soon thank you in anticipation
lever pulled out, having trouble getting the lever locked back in place
Grasp lever and pull straight out. it goes back in, by pushing it in.
look on the turn signal lever and it's the turn switch in the middle of the lever.
Maybe you should press the off button? or move the lever to the off position?
How do you install a turn signal switch on a 1998 Chevy Tahoe?
at the end of the turn signal lever
Pull back on the turn signal lever to change from high beams to low beams If the turn signal lever is pushed forward the high beams stay on and if the turn signal lever is pulled back all the way that is the " flash to pass " feature
Pull the turn signal lever toward you to switch to high beams and back again Pull the turn signal lever toward you to switch to high beams and back again
The turn signal lever is also known as the multi-function switch. See "Related Questions" below for instructions on removing/replacing it.