Hello, I'm Chris. Thanks for visiting Just Answer.
You have been waiting an excessive amount on us techs to help you out, for that I am sorry. First off before I go into detail in an answer or an info request. I need to know, do you still need help? I realize you have been waiting a while and in some cases customers had to seek help elsewhere and or they solved the concern on there own. I and the website are sorry you had to wait, we do want to earn your business and have you log off with a great experience. You are more than welcome to relist if you would like, do realize if you relist this will delay me replying to you even more. Also let me know your skill level so I can tailor my response to fit your needs. I work the evening shift, so that is when I will respond. Thanks Chris.>>
yes I still need help
I am going to bed now though I will check your response when I get up
Since the wiper/washer intermittent relay, micro central electronic panel has been replaced and the concern is still there. This only leaves the wiper switch on the steering column to blame.
micro central electronic panel is this the relay ?
Is there any reason that me unplugging the motor would cause this problem ?
Because before I unplugged it to replace the linkage arm it worked fine
Yes the micro central electronic panel is the relay module for the wipers. Often unplugging a motor will result in alignment or adjustment issues that are correctable but not what you have experienced, so I believe it is just a coincidence.