Have 2001 crv---intermittent wiper function does not work.. Got a used one--now on ALL functions the wipers park at 1/3 the way up the windshield. Both motor & wipers were in park position when removed. Is it a relay or another part, or the motor still no good?
wiper problem on 2001 Honda CR-V
by hemidart in Robbinston, ME on August 27, 2013
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by pushrod on August 27, 2013
Try this in THIS order!! Turn key on and wipers on, now turn wipers off and let them stop, then turn key off. Loosen the nuts on both wiper ARMS at the base, adjust them to the parked position. Tighten both nuts back up. Now check wiper operation, post results so we know if it's ok! (Or not)
COMMENT by hemidart on August 27, 2013
Sorry--I can't--I worked on a friend's car--don't have it.
COMMENT by pushrod on August 27, 2013
I feel sorry for that friend of yours! YOU are the one that posted the question, so there is the answer!! What ever you do with it is up to you. Tell the friend! Or not. IDGAS! You should have fixed it right to start with!
My wipers usually dont work in the rain but sometimes works at other times. Can anyone help as Im going on a 3 hour trip and wouldnt like them to give up completely. Thanks
On certain models a faulty windshield wiper motor can cause the wipers not to turn off or not park properly. The wiper motor needs to be replaced to address this issue.
Windshield Wipers range is too far. They hit the bottom of the windshield and come close to flying off the drivers side of the window. Please advise on what the issue could be? Was thinking somethi...
why can't you answer this question?
in the 1/3 up the window position in all settings. BUT--you can easily manually push down down to parked position. This is a used replacement motor. Could it also be defective?