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|Connector / Terminal Configuration:||Blade|
|Mounting Bolt Hole Quantity:||4|
|Mounting Type:||Direct Bolt|
|New Or Remanufactured:||Remanufactured|
|Washer Pump Included:||No|
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Comments about CARQUEST Wiper Motors Wiper Motor - Domestic Reman:
This motor first moves in a slightly down position
before going up so you have to have your blades up
higher in the parked position than normal.
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Q:When wiper will only work on high is that the Switch or motor want bad.
A:Hi Herman, glad to assist you! Here is the instructions to check. Check the windshield wiper motor. Sometimes the wires that connect it to the battery can become loose and need to be tightened or adjusted. If there is no problem with the wiring, check the linkage between the motor and the wiper arms to see if that is where the trouble lies. There may also be something wrong with the plug from the motor into the battery. The plug can be replaced if needed, and so can the motor itself. Check the wiper switch. This is located in the instrument panel and is responsible for turning your wipers on and off and setting the speed with which they work. This can be difficult to fix unless you have the proper tools and knowledge to take apart your instrument panel, so if you think the problem is the switch you may need to take the car into a mechanic to be repaired.
Q:where is the wiper motor located
A:If you open the hood, follow the windshield to the bottom and it should come to a plastic cover. Under that plastic cover that has vents, should be your wiper motor.