Wipers with a mind of their own!

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  1. privateer

    privateer Newbie

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    Took the module out and inspected the PCB. Solder joints look good. cleaned the dust out and applied dialectic grease to connection points, reassembled and still have the same issue.

    Could the issue be in the turn signal arm/wiper switch selector?
     
  2. 89RCLB

    89RCLB I'm Awesome

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    Possible. But as others have stated it's more likely the module.
     
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    someotherguy I'm Awesome

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    Snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

    Richard
     
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    deejaaa I'm Not Awesome

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    or, if resoldering doesn't work, go to the junk yard and get one from an S-10. now, if you got the improved board, you have more speeds, it's OEM and didn't cost an arm. and you can still feel good inside if you allow it and you get off to that kind of thing.
     

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