it should be behind the cowel on the drivers side above the master brake cylinder.
The wiper motor is located under the black plastic cowl below the windshield.
autozone.com has the camaro manual online, try there.
The motor is located on the passenger side firewall.
It is attached to the wiper motor.
The wiper motor on a 1998 Chevy Venture is up under the vents next to the windshield. It is bolted to the firewall.
Look against the firewall at the center area
its connected to the windshield washer jug
The wiper motor is located under the cowl, (the black cover in between the hood and windshield) about center of the vehicle.
Its attached to the windshield wiper motor you will have to remove the cowl to get access to it.
Remove the windshield wiper arm from the windshield wiper motor. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the retaining nut. Reverse the process to install the new windshield wiper motor.
The board is under the cap in the Wiper Motor.
If the windshield wipers are not working on a 1990 Chevy Lumina, the problem could be with the wiper motor, the wiper motor relay, or a fuse. The least expensive fix to this problem will be replacing the fuse if it is blown.
if its not mounted to the firewall just above and at the rear side of the motor then it is on the opposite side of firewal bellow the wiper arms
The windshield wiper motor is located just below the windshield wiper blades and is covered by a black panel.
Yes, there is a windshield wiper relay on a 1992 Chevy Lumina. The windshield wiper relay is located in the underhood fuse panel.
In front of the radiator.
http://www.ehow.com/video_4936070_install-windshield-wiper-motor.html?pid=1&cp=1 (this is very informative video on how to remove and replace a windshield wiper motor)
One could purchase a windshield wiper motor at a retailer such as AdvanceAutoParts. Alternatively, one could also purchase a windshield wiper motor online on Amazon or AutoZone.
# Remove the windshield wiper arms # Remove the cowl cover # Disconnect the electrical connector from the wiper motor # Detach the wiper motor/linkage assembly from the cowl # Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts and remove the 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
The windshield wiper motor may have a short in it. The windshield wiper motor may not be grounded properly. Make sure the ground wire is tight and free of corrosion.
# Remove the wiper arms # Remove the windshield wiper cowl cover # Disconnect the electrical connector from the wiper motor and remove the motor # Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts # Pry the linkage arm off the wiper motor pin with large screwdriver
It sounds like the wiper motor is malfunctioning. If your camaro has intermitten wipers there is a control module built in the motor that controls the off position.
I have the same problem, the dealer said that it is the windshield wiper cover, part number 88958136 (AC Delco). The cover has the circuit board mounted in it that controls the wiper motor. I bought on line at quite a savings, however, am trying to find out how to get to the windshield wiper motor to change it.