Where is the rear wiper getting power from if the switch is disconnected from the dash?
I've replaced the rear wiper motor with remanufactured one from Auto Zone. However, when ignition is on, motor still continue to run non-stop at first.I then suspected a faulty switch, So I disconnected the wiring harness behind the switch, the wiper stopped running but I can still here clicking noise intermitently every five seconds or so coming from the motor even though the blade or nothing is moving outside the motor except clicking intermmitently every five seconds inside the motor when ignition is on.
This is after completely disconnected the rear wiper switch from its wiring harness on the dash. Where is the rear wiper getting power from if the switch is disconnected and ignition is on?
I then re-installed the original rear wiper ( the default one) this time to see how it'll react while the switch is disconnected and ignition is turn on, unfortunately it continued to run non-stop. Anothe source of power feeding the rear wiper motor from where ecactly?
Wednesday, June 8th, 2011 AT 3:25 PM