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.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Honda CR-V Wipers Won't Park Due to Windshield Wiper Motor Failure
Honda CR-V Problem
Average Mileage: 78,962 mi (40,000 mi - 160,000 mi)
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 51,539 mi
My windshield wipers do their own thing. When I turn them off they keep going, when I put them on delay or intermittent they work for a bit but then go on regular speed?? What is going on??? My car is only 5 yrs old???
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 62,000 mi
Wipers will not return to the correct position when turned off
Visitor, 2003 Honda CR-V, 130,000 mi
Front wipers will not park and intermitant feature does not work.
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 110,000 mi
Wipers malfunction (start and stop at will) sometimes parking off at middle of windshield
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 86,000 mi
same thing, wipers won't turn off when the switch is turned off.
wipers stop intermittently at differring inconvenient spots; start on their own accord; have one speed setting only
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 75,000 mi
wiper doesn't stop in stop position . It doesn't stop immediately if you click up once , it stop in different position all the time .Its really annoying while your driving. Is there any solution to this problem?
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 108,000 mi
Wipers are eratic and don't park properly new wiper motor suggested
Visitor, 2007 Honda CR-V, 150,000 mi
Same problem here
Visitor, 2009 Honda CR-V, 56,350 mi
Wipers would stop for a while, then start moving, stop... and so on! I had to replace the windshield wiper motor, with a new one, at the Honda dealership for $275!