lokio23: Thank you for the video, it was very helpful i had the same problem with my
truck and thanks to your video now its FIXED :)
Thank you very much.
TheGoodWolf: very usefull thank you!!
Tatia Sanchez: Thanks for the vid! It worked!
David Smith: Thanks for the video man, about to give this a go :)
cflvideo1964: great video, just fixed my chevy truck with the same
problem.............wow what a simple fix, thanks for posting this video
Reggae Musician: Thanks for posting this, very helpful.
Philippe Bélanger: Thank you Very much!!! You are awesome cheap and easy fix!!! Cheers!
Joseph Fiske: Exactly the right diagnoses and fix. Thanks for the video.
2NOBROS: Awesome, have spent the whole day replacing the multifunction switch, check
wiring etc. Then I saw this video ... within 5 minutes it all worked again
.. THANKS !! 1996 Chevy K1500
Rick Reid: 89 to 94's don't have this type wiper motor
joecanada55: My sons wipers wont turn off. Think this could be the problem?
Eric Legacy: Now you need new wipers! :)
KBFF: Right on! This worked for my wiper fluid!
Bammerhunter: THANK YOU SO MUCH
Turbo231: Possible...have to do some trouble shooting.
Fabian Rangel: Thank you ! Now my wipers work again ! Saved a lot of money. - 98 Silverado
TractorWorld: Very helpful video! i have a 1998 silverado 4x4 and its versperatic one
time it works other times they dont. Thanks! If you could,make a video on
how to remove the headlights to polish them? Thanks,Colin
Jason L: Wish I had seen this before!!! My wiper fluid still isn't working but my
wipers are. Taking back the new motor tomorrow. I've been dealing with this
for 2 years. Such a simple fix, THANKS!!!!
Dustin Butler: This works great. I had what looked like an after market board (NAPA on it)
and this fixed it
ghtowagon: I just bought a new GM revised board years ago. I think it was $10.. Now
that price of course greatly increased!
AKAMOUNDS: Hey Turbo, my mechanic wanted $170 bucks to replace my wiper motor on a
1988 Blazer S-10. I was able to fix the wiper module myself after watching
your video. I did have to borrow a soldering gun and a little socket wrench
from my neighbor. If you are ever around Travis AFB, I will buy you
350AmericanMuscle: I had this same issue and would always have to pop the hood and bang on the
wiper motor to get it workin. So all i did was take a large zip tie and run
it around the connector and zip tied it to the motor to create a tight
connection and now i have wipers all the time. Guess this is pretty common
in these trucks
ncrdisabled Submarine vet: Just to let you know it is called a cold solder joint I fixed my friends
after he went to the junk yard and bought one and it had the same problem
as the one he was replacing I used my meter and tested the connect points.
Papa Lee: This video saved me a lot of money. thanks much.
deandre massey: thanks so much it worked
Turbo231: Its dirtier in the prairies then other places.
spelunkerd: Nice demo. That's not a repair I would have ever thought of.
kaseyyydrums: Thanks a ton!!
GCUE BEATS: Good video, I have a 98 Yukon. Just bought a new wiper motor b/c when i
would switch on the wipers it makes a noise but wouldn't move. Do u think
its the board or motor?
MrDietring: Sweet gonna have to do this while I drain my coolant
okiestro1: This fix was so simple! I've been dealing with this issue for several years
and it's finally fixed, thank you sooooooo much!
HiluxSR5T: Another successful repair. Thank you!
johnsont963: i usually put a little rtv around the edge of the cover to help seal it up
better then the factory seal.
Turbo231: GM did for various model years, however a lot of them have expired. You'd
have to check your dealer. Honestly, I'd rather do this then deal with the
Turbo231: @Hayzanimal Same board...not sure of the problem though. Sure its a
Turbo231: Sounds like a gear or loose bolt/nut combo. It could be the motor, but I'd
remove the cowl (black trim under the windshield) and check out the
mechanism there...sounds like something stripped out. If that seems to be
ok, then I'd swap the motor. This video deals with wipers that don't do
anything (no noise or anything) because of a fault in the circuit board.
U2wild: It a good idea to put a thin bead of silicone on the inside groove around
the edge of the cover when reinstalling the module. This is to obviously
keep out moisture and shorting the module. This advice is per GM recall
ghtowagon: @ghtowagon Forgot to add, Great video. I wish I would of fixed mine instead
of buying new. Fix what you have! :)
Thomas Hilborn: Awesome tip/training! Thanks! I also wonderred about cleaning the contact
points too. This has been a very aggravating problem and I'm surprised GM
hasn't had a recall on it.
U2wild: Ever heard of steamcleaning??? Damn !!!!!!!!!!!
Keith Fox: I got a similar vid. /watch?v=eX0EcG8QkYA nice video by the way
nolan galliot: Thank you! haha
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