There are a number of possibilities. Wiper motors often fail and you'll get nothing. Check to see if power is getting to the motor when you turn on the switch. Understand that there are two wires that go to the wiper that can have power. One is powered any time the keyswitch is on, the other only gets power when the wiper switch is on. If both are working right, it just about has to be the motor. There may be cracked solder joints in the wiper motor/controller assembly. this was a common problem recalled by GM. If you remove the cover from the wiper motor (no need to dismount the motor from the vehicle) you will see a circuit card. Check all the solder joints for cracks, parcticularly those on the connector for the wiring. The cracked joints can easily be repaired with a soldering iron.
your windshield wiper motor might burnt out or a fuse might burnt out
Windshield wipers not working on a 1995 Nissan sentraTry the panel between the hood and the windshield. that is where the linkage is located. I have had problems where the linkage has broken. and the wiper will not work at all
You might need to tighten them up or get new ones. they might get stuck if dirt or leaves get caught.
I have the same exact problem , i have a 1998 tiburon and the wipers are not moving.. i think it might be the wiper motor, I will buy one and see if that's the issue
i believe the 1999 - 2006 have a recall on the wiper motor. see your dealer.
I think if you went to your local Chevy dealership they might know I think if you went to your local Chevy dealership they might know I think if you went to your local Chevy dealership they might know I think if you went to your local Chevy dealership they might know
the module is bad on the wipper motor you might have to get the whole moter assy.
check the fuse 1st and then check the wiper motor for to much or too little current if all good then check the steering wheel connection and also the the wiper mechanism itself it might have broke a connection
I don't know if there is one. If the wipers aren't working, you might have a problem with the multifunction switch, or the wiper motor may be gone.
Your alternater might have to be replaced. Chances are your battery was not faulty. Your alternator most likely needs repairing or replacing.
yes , they are the same bolt patters , might have to change light connections , just put a 85 Scottsdale radiator support on my 91 suburban
might need to reset the problem indicator
I have a 90 dodge spirit I was having problems with the wipers and found it was just a ground wire so you might want to check to make sure the ground wire is still making good contact by traceing it back from the wiper motor it usally is ran to the firewall somewhere atleast on my car it was
remove the calipers, and there should be a retaining nut on the spindle. (there might be, it varies from car to car) and pull it off. you might have to pry it a little.
If you mean the windshield wiper blades keep falling off, it means the clips that hold them on have become too loose. Also, next time you replace them, you might want to switch to the kind that tighten with a screw instead of a clip.
If the front blower and the front windshield wiper do not work on a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer, it could be the fault of the relay switches on the blower and the wiper. Also check the fuse box on top of the battery for a multi-function fuse that might be blown.
If your 1997 Chevy pickup wipers and washer pump are not working, you might actually have to replace the pump motor or the wiper motor, or both. These motors are not expensive to replace and can be purchased at most auto parts stores.
I don't think so, given that the engine became computer controlled in 1996. I they are the same size they might bolt up just fine but I'm not sure how much work it would be to convert it to computer control. The Suburban and Silverado drive trains were almost unchanged from 1988 thru 1995 and 1996 thru 2000.
A couple things could have happened. First check the fuse for the wipers,in the fuse box. Should be on dash on driver side,near the door. Look towards the bottom. The relay might be bad,that box is under the hood. Wiper motor could be bad or the swing arm that moves the wipers could be broke. Do you here the wiper motor at all?
I had the same thing happen to me and my 96' suburban. It turned out to be that the battery was shot and wouldn't hold enough of a charge to turn over the engine. Might be the same thing with you.
Usually you can pick them up at a department store (wal-mart) for about $10.00. However, if you have to pay someone to do it it might cost between $30-$50, depending on where you live.
It might be tine for some new wipers on the car. You might also need to check the connection of it to see if that part needs to be replaced.
It's likely the float sensor in the gas tank is malfunctioning. It might be part of the fuel pump assembly.
There is either a nut under a cap on the arm that is holding it on, or a lock lever that you need to pull or push on under the arm, or it is just stuck, and you might need to spray it with something to loosen it from being rusted.
I got flat, white spray paint overspray on the windshield of my car. Mind you, this was a simple, faint mist of overspray. You coulnd't see it, but when I used the wipers, I could tell it was there. I simply used the corner of a soft, worn t-shirt saturated in fingernail polish remover. (I don't know what that might do the paint on your car body, so take care not to slop it around.) I applied a little pressure and wiped over the entire windshield twice, then used the windshield washer fluid and the wipers to finish the job. Done! Took me about 4 minutes.