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Windshield wipers are one of the common accessories of a vehicle but they are an important and essential part of a car. Windshield wipers help drivers to see as clearly as possible during rainy weather, snow, and even clean the residing dirt and debris on the windshield for a clear view which is a critical requirement to be able to drive properly. A-PREMIUM windshield wiper motor replacements will meet the OE specifications, which will be an ideal choice to replace your broken windshield wiper motors.

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What are the failure modes for the wiper motor?

The wipers don’t move at all. The wiper motor continues to stop in the middle of the windshield. If you switch on the wiper and the wipers don’t operate at all, there’s a possible reason that your wiper motors aren’t receiving the power at all and it could be a problem with the wiper relay.

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What are the failure modes for the wiper motor?

The wipers operate slower than they normally would. Intermittent or erratic operation, it may be the problem of wiper motor, please refer to a vehicle specific service manual or online material for the “hidden park” reset procedure.

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What are the failure modes for the wiper motor?

The wipers operate at a single speed only. You will find out that all the switches are operating the wipers at the same speeds. The slower speed is the same as the fastest speed, it means that your wiper system’s intermittent relay has gone bad.

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What are the failure modes for the wiper motor?

The wipers don't return to resting point. The wiper blades should not be resting anywhere in the middle of the windshield and If the wipers don’t go back to their initial point, it could mean the bad alignment of the arms.

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