I am wondering why you replaced the wiper motor?
Check or replace (for about $10) the Relay switch for the wiper pulse
under the hood
in the (black) fuse box panel. The part looks like a 1"square block
This is also the same type RELAY that is used for the wiper on/off.
The problem could also be the switch that turns on/off the
for the wipers--J
He replaced the wiper motor because if the park switch is no good in
motor the intermittent wipers will never work. Thats one of the first
you check as a test with the scan tool is the park switch,
Thank you for taking the time to answer my post. I called the Dodge
dealer and he can't find the Relay switch for the wiper pulse in his
parts book. He suggested replacing the switch on the turn signal. Any
suggestions - thank you - greg
I went to the dealer no luck - advance auto no luck the library and
chilton no luck - called the dealer service and got a quote of $150.00
to $300.00. He said a module under dash needs replaced nothing in
engine compartment If I knew which relay to replace in the engine
compartment I would at least try that.
- anybody able to clear this up? a simple problem turns into a
nightmare. Thanks for alll your suggestions - greg
Sorry Greg, for some reason I was thinking this was a '98
I would have to agree, multifunction switch, (BCM) module under dash or
You could try a scrapyard for the multifunction switch.
Just curious if it bugs you that much $$ not to have intermittent wipers?--J
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The BCM is the little box you were refering to on the older models.
On the older models normally when the wipers didnt have intermittent wipe
is was due to the wiper pulse module under the dash, it was either a black
or gray box depending on the year
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