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Hello, I am glad you can join us, I was just about to step out of chat
I a few ideas on your problem
I have a few ideas on your problem
cool what do you think
By any chance, where the wiper arms off at any point?
not to my knowledge but i'd feel pretty dum if thats the cause
You could have wear in the linkage
i'll check sometimes there is a notch on the shaft that only allows one way install but not always let me check it out
I would take the arms off, turn on the wipers, then turn them off with the switch so they come to there natural position. Then reinstall the arms.
not sure about linkage wear just seems to be parkin'180 degree's from its norm
They are splined, so it is possible the linkage could be off 180 degrees.
i'm gonna go try that now i thought we might be lookin at an electrical prob.
If this is not the case, then the wiper motor is at fault, the delay is built into the wiper motor
I started to think about this. if the arm is at fault, then the arm will be way off of the windshield.
I don't think it is mechanical now that I rethink this
thats what i think and figured i could skip diag time if you said motor or park circuit n/g I dont think these drivers would've messed w/ arms butyou never know their not here now to ask i'll get back to ya
The delay box is mounted on the wiper motor, I dont think it can be bought seperate
I agree, I do not think the drivers would mess with the arms either. I think if the arms were the problem, then they would be wiping past the windshield
yeah wipers got sucked now into cowl area,now just wanna verify that motor is a fault
I am back, I had to take my daughter to day care
I have a wiring diagram for you.
I looked at the schematic and it has what appears to be a commutator switch on it, I am wondering if this could be the problem. I am 99 percent sure this is built into the wiper motor