my windshield wipers will not stop

Asked by Feb 07, 2013 at 02:49 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Bonneville SLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

previously my wipers would not start until the car warmed up.Now when the car starts the wipers will not switch off.

5 Answers

The camshaft in the wiper motor assembly has critters livin' in it, or is corroded, or just plain stuck from non use. Really hate to suggest this is switch it to off and tap it with a small hammer. This should make it obey commands.

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if not. go to pick and pull and get another.

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Oh, hammer. cringe.

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just tappin' till it goes off please, let's not go crazy because you haven't held a hammer in years...

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need help my 1994 bonnville wipers will not turn off unless i turn the car off and start it again can somebody help me...

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