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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-16-2017, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Does anybody know were the pulse board for the windshiel wipers are at on a 94 Z28?

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Delay system is built into wiper motor assembly.
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Delay system is built into wiper motor assembly.
Yea, I figured it out.But im still having trouble.i put 2 new motors with pulse board.the wipers still will not go in the park position.Anybody know why?

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Try this test. With ignition switch on Wiper switch off. Disconnect wiper switch connector C215. It is a 11 cavity connector near base of steering column. Do wipers park now? If yes, replace wiper switch. If no, more trouble shooting required.

Those 2 new motors you used, were they actually new, or were they rebuilt or used motors.
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The 2 motors was new.The 1st didnt fix it.So i thought it was bad and bought another one.I put a new switch in first.Because the were not going into park and was told switch was why.Today they went into the park position.But while on pulse the stayed up between pulse.When turned off they went to par position.I dont know what is wrong.And need some help.

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If I understand what you are saying, you expect wiper arm to go to park after every wiper pulse? Wipers don't park until wiper switch is turned off.
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Your right they dont go to park til turned off.When I turn the is when they dont go to park.They stey up,I can push them down.But when I trun the on and back off.the dont go to park.

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