WIPER WON'T SHUT OFF
2004 GMC Sierra • 100,000 miles
I've done a little research on this and it appears to be a common problem. I would like a detailed answer to what part I need and where to get started, and finished.
July 1, 2012.
July 1, 2012.
Usually when that happens its a bad logic board on the wiper motor. You would repalce the wiper motor assembly. Do you have a multimeter to do some testing?
No I don't but I could get one. Where do I get started do I have to take the wiper motor assembly apart?
Thanks, I think I will let a mechanic do this as I couldn't get past step 3 number 2.
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