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Old 02-11-2014, 11:43 AM   #21
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Thanks for helping out with the schematics Travis!
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Quick question but it wasn't glaringly obvious;

Is the motor grounded through the wiring or is it grounded through the bolts that hold the transmission to the firewall?
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according to the diagram its through the wiring
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Awesome thanks.

I was talking to my step-dad about this problem and he said he'* had it happen a few times to him. The cause for him was that the bolts holding the transmission to the firewall got the grommets stuck in them and became ungrounded. I figured it'd be a long shot, but worth asking.

Also, new development. Now I can not even have the switch on, move the wipers, and they'll do a full wipe cycle. Almost sounds like a short to power.
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So I fixed this problem yesterday for Nick. Now I get to publicly bash him

I pulled up the diagram and started going through the colors of the wires. 4 of them go to specific parts from the switch (3 to the motor, one to the fluid pump) so I knew it couldn't be any of those (nothing worked off the switch). That left the pink/black going to the DIM and the yellow going to the *drum roll* underhood fuse block, ACC 15A fuse. Yes his problem the entire time was a FUSE. He had checked the wiper motor fuse but not the accessory fuse.

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Ya It helps to check ALL the fuses..been there...learned that.
It also helps to have a spare fuse kit in the car/learned that too!
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