Since the early 1960s, windshield wipers have been electrically-driven, and those motors do fail occasionally. Shop our selection of OEM-quality windshield wiper motors to replace your failed unit!
Many wiper motors fail because they become saturated with water. They are mounted in a cowl, just below the windshield. The cowl will typically have drains in it, but if those drains become clogged, then the entire cowl will fill with water and the wiper motor will become submerged. Take a look at your drains when replacing your wiper motor to prevent future problems.