Nonamguys: Does this also work for s10 small/mid-sized trucks? You say it works on
full sized trucks, but my 96 s10 has the same problem as your's with
your's: no spray of fluid, which is problematic during colorado winters.
Nonamguys: Thanks for the info, and very well done with the video. Hope it works for
Axe Shredder: Hey Dude thanks for the video. My 98' Tahoe was not spraying & your video
took care of the problem! I just finished up the soldering & it works great
now! My fluid is spraying again!! (LOL) Man what a easy fix! Thanks again &
take it easy! \m/
Tjay WASHINGTON: Thank you, you produced an outstanding presentation.
Shark Bite: I appreciate your video on repairing this problem. It worked great. I
noticed that the wiring harness that is connected to the motor that has to
be taken off to do the repair, is heavy enough that it vibrates on the
connection and eventually loosens the solder connection on the inside.
Mike G: This worked for but now I hear a weird hum when the wipers are off. It
goes away when they are on. Any ideas?
Gringos in Paradise: Worked like a charm! No more sitting on the side of the highway in the
pouring rain fiddling with the wires. Thanks!
Jim Tucker: Thanks Man! Very much appreciated!
stratbluesman: i changed the wiper motor , the pulse board , checked fuse and still
nothing !! That's the extent of my mechanic abilities lol spent about $100
lol still no wipers !! any ideas ?If it's in the turn signal arm - i can't
Jay Peterson: Wow! As many have commented, I was looking for a video to speed up the
replacement prior to purchasing a new one, and found this. Broke out the
soldering iron and Voila! Thank you very much.
justicedenyd: Very thorough, informative video! Thanks!
bonnie blazer: My husband repaired his successfully today using your advice and it was
easy. Thanks for the help!
Pedro Trevino: I was gonna buy a new wiper motor for my 94 Chevy 1500 and decided to look
on Youtube on how to replace it. Well I stumbled on this video and tried it
and my wipers work perfect now! I had the same problem with the fluid not
working. And my wipers wouldnt stop when i turned them off! And they
wouldnt turn on at times either! Thank you sir for the post!
shadowflyprimo: I changed out the wiper motor with a new one, thisis on a customers car.
The wipers only work on high or fast and while they are running the
windshield washer motor is running. Any thoughts before I go in with my
Greg Gibson: Was having problems on a '98 GMC K-1500 with the wipers sometimes
working and other times not working at all. Jiggling the wiring connector
would temporarily fix the problem but not for long. Watched this video and
decided to inspect the circuit board as he suggests. Under a lighted
magnifier I could see that every soldered connector contact on the circuit
board was cracked loose or broken. Re-soldered them and the problem was
solved, wipers now work as they should. Many thanks Turbo231, you helped
save an old retired guy some bucks.
stratbluesman: how do you know they need to be re-soldered?
eric maleh: My back windshield is not shooting fluid but I heard the motor running when
I hit the fluid button. Would this fix the problem as well?
T4nkc0mm4nd3r: I thought it was my washer pump but as my wiper logic has been acting
sporadically (at best), I'll see if this fixes two birds with one stone.
Thanks a lot!
Tatia Sanchez: Thanks for the vid! It worked!
George Mount: I would like to thank soo much for your video, my 92 GMC pickup had the
same problem and now it works great! I had no clue what to about the wipers
and then I saw your video!!CHEERS.
Joe Wason: THANKS MAN!!!!! SAVED ME A FEW BUCKS FOR SURE THIS WORKS REALLY GOOD
Kevin M: Solid. THANK YOU
acemcfarley: I had this exact problem, but doubted your fix... Tried it anyways, and it
worked like a charm. Thanks for posting!
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!!
Southern Cal: Thanks for posting this, very helpful.
cflvideo1964: great video, just fixed my chevy truck with the same
problem.............wow what a simple fix, thanks for posting this video
David Smith: Thanks for the video man, about to give this a go :)
Philippe Bélanger: Thank you Very much!!! You are awesome cheap and easy fix!!! Cheers!
nctrucker54: My wipers problem is I have high speed wipers and that's all. Will this
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
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.