FRONT WIPER MOTOR TEST 1. Open hood. Remove wiper arms. Disconnect front wiper motor 5-pin connector. Using jumper wires, apply battery voltage to wiper motor terminal No. 4 (Green/Black wire) and ground terminal No. 2 (Blue wire). Ensure wiper motor operates on low speed. See Fig. 11 . Go to next step. 2. Using jumper wires, apply battery voltage to motor terminal No. 4 (Green/Black wire) and ground terminal No. 1 (Blue/Yellow wire). Wiper motor should operate on high speed. Replace wiper motor if it fails to run smoothly. See Fig. 11 . If wiper motor operates as specified, go to next step. 3. Connect analog voltmeter positive lead to terminal No. 5 (Blue/White wire), and negative lead to terminal No. 3 (Black wire). With wiper motor running at low or high speed, voltage should pulse between zero volts and 5 or more volts. Replace wiper motor if voltage does not pulse as specified. Fig. 11: Identifying Front Wiper Motor Connector Terminals (Civic Shown; Others Similar) Courtesy of AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC. Page 1 of 1 WIPER/WASHER SYSTEMS -2000 Honda Civic DX 1/31/2009
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