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Old 01-29-2005, 02:52 PM
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95 GME Jimmy washers do not work. Is this controlled by the circuit board at the wiper motor? No click of relay when I try to activate them. No power at pump. Ideas?

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Old 01-29-2005, 06:03 PM
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from what i know of washers, i dont think they are controlled by a curciut board. its a pretty simple wiring system. i know this is gonna sound like im being a butt, but have you checked the fuse(if equipped), and to my knowledge and dealings with chevrolets, theyve never had their stuff together with wiring. id get a wiring diagram from your local parts house with an alldata system, and go from there. alldata is a reference library that has step-by-step procedures to fix literally anything. it can also tell you of any defects and recalls on that model. hope you figure it out.
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I'll give Auto Zone a try on the wiring info. Thanks.
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Auto Zone should have something, but if you have a NAPA in your area, they probably have it too, all the ones in my area do anyway.
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Check to see if there was a recall on the '95's I know we had a recall on our '96 for the circuit board.
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