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
i believe the 1999 - 2006 have a recall on the wiper motor. see your dealer.
your windshield wiper motor might burnt out or a fuse might burnt out
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?
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
Dodge Caravans have poor repair histories; you might do well to consider a different used vehicle.
It might not have been torqued properly.
This website might be helpful.www.dodgeparts.com/
Your 1993 Dodge Caravan might start sometimes and not start other times because of a bad starter or solenoid. You might also have a weak battery or a charging system that is not working correctly. This could also be an issue with the distributor.
most likely not. but if you have smaller tires on the jeep rims it might work
the module is bad on the wipper motor you might have to get the whole moter assy.
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.
Under the hood on the driver's side, just above the battery - it just sort of "comes out" from underneath the windshield wipers. The factory cap is yellow, yours might be a different color if it was replaced at some point. This is a screw-on cap, not a large metal or plastic "pop-on" cover like many older cars used.
The dealer might be able to turn off with their scan tool.
A dealer might be able to turn that off with their scan tool.
Four quarts unless it is a full teardown then you might include the torque converter
the cobarater might be stoped up or your gas tank could be stoped up
It might be that your pcv valve is plugged or the egr valve is sticking.
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.
you might want to check to see if the recall was preformed on it the was a problem with no power assist if it has not been down it will be free
the fuse box might be in front drivers side, under the hood in a black box with a cover.
Loose hold down clamp or broken shift cable.
The linkage can be accessed and diagnosed by removing the trim under them. First you have to remove the windshield wipers and the screws around the perimitrer. You can buy the new plastic grommets in the "HELP" isle at most auto parts stores. When you install them you'll need some channel locks and some dish soap to lube them up. You might want to consider breaking your wrists so you can contort them into such a small space to fix the worst winshield wiper linkage design in the history of automobiles. Good luck.