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Old 06-14-2004, 10:59 PM
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Cavalier Wiper Problem

I'm having a problem with the windsheild wipers on my cavalier - imagine that. Anyhow when they're switched to the off position they stand straight up and down on the windshield. I haven't done any diagnostic inspection yet because I don't even have a clue where to start the only thing I thought was maybe the switch crapped out

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maybe it needs a wipermotor

Usually on those the governor goes on them, the governor is built into the wipermotor itself. I would check to see if you have power thier at the connection, if thier is power present then more than likely the switch is good. Turn the wipers on and off at the switch and test each socket on the connection at the wiper motor
if you have power then you need a wipermotor (How many KM are on the vehicle and and what year is it )
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117,700 miles and its a 97 i'll check that out
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