check the wiper relay. check the fuses.
The wiper motor relay is in the box, built on the wiper motor.
The car wipers should not stay up but return to their original position. The wipers will stay up if the wiper motor, the wiper controller and the wiper linkage are faulty.
You have to remove the linkage from the wiper motor.
check the fuses, wiring connectors, switch, exc.
There is a switch inside the wiper motor that identifies the home spot for the wipers. If you have intermittent wipers there is also a controller for that. Either can give you problems but more likely the wiper motor switch. The wiper motor switch usually is not a separate part (comes with wiper motor assy.) Oh yeah, 1 other thing, be sure the wiper arms are installed correctly on wiper motor.
duuuhhhh - connected to the wipers ???
Your wiper arms that run from the wiper motor to the windshield wipers may be binding and need to be replaced
Your wiper motor is broken. Inside the motor a wire is burned that the wipers bring back in off mode. Just replace the wiper motor.
Assuming they did not work with the old wiper motor, check the fuse, check the switch.
Below the wipers on the firewall.
First check fuses, relays to wiper motor. Then check power to wiper motor. Then check linkage to wiper motor.
The 2002 Chevrolet trailblazer windshield wiper motor should be replaced, when the windshield wipers are skipping. The windshield wiper motor can be located in the engine compartment.
The wiper motor doesn't turn off until the wiper arm gets to the "park" location. If the wiper motor never detects park, the wipers will stay running.
Most likely you will need to replace the wiper motor. If you can hear the motor when you turn the wipers on, then you will need to replace the wiper transmission. The wiper transmission is a link that attaches to the motor and the wiper arm. Both are located on the firewall usually under the cowl panel. (the panel between the hood and the windshield)
my wipers quit working, got a new wiper motor , it did not work either, found out that it has lost ground, attached a ground wire to engine and wiper motor and it worked.
There is no "reset" in the wiper motor. If your wipers do not park, it is likely your wiper motor parking contact or cam is broken. Try running the wipers with the key in the "ON" position, then turn the wipers off using their switch while they are up on the windshield. They should park themselves at the bottom. The good news is a wiper motor is pretty cheap at a junkyard, and not too hard to replace.
could be a fuse, wiper switch ,wiper motor or wiring
It could be a faulty wiper Motor or short circuit in wiring related to wipers.
get a wiper removal tool as they pry up off the wiper motor splines.
convert the electrical resistance signal from wiper switch to electrival power to wiper motor (for delay wipers)
check ground on wiper motor
under the hood near the wipers
The wiper motor for a 1998 Honda Civic is located on the firewall, underneath the vent cover, below the wipers.
The shaft from the motor to the wiper actuating arms is possibly stripped or disconnected. You will need to trace the wipers back to the wiper motor to find the problem. As mentioned follow the linkages back to the motor as they sometimes pop out of their cups.