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my wipers quite and dam if i can figure them out. with the key on i have power to the plug but thats it i opened the cover and theres a circit board in there ohhh i have a 87 S10. i tryed a jummper wire from the battery to each of the post and nothing,... unplugged the board and tryed jumping it that way still nothing. so im guessing these are toast or m i jumping them wrong? anyone out there inter change them with anything else. whats up with the circit board man i thought it was just a motor in there not like the 70's thanks all

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There was a TSB if I remember on wiper motors. I don't remember if it covered your year. We had a 94 Tahoe that the wiper would quit working when you needed it. The TSB stated there was a solder joint where the pC board connector was soldered to the PC board that would crack. Check all the solder joints where the connector is soldered to the PC board and re solder if necessary. It's a lot cheaper than a new wiper motor.

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Suggest you take it in to a local part store. Ask if they can test them. Also check for a good ground connection. If things are correded and not grounding properly it will also not work.

Chance are it's dead, and a rebuilt one should be easy to get at your local parts store.

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