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Old 07-25-2012, 10:07 AM   #1
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Intermittent Wipers?

Hi: I tried in the general motorhome section. Got several reads but no replies. So I will try here. The hesitation wipers on my 2002 26' LY often fail to hesitate but work OK on Slow or Fast. Does anyone know where the control module is. Workhorse don't know!.
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:56 AM   #2
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I checked the other thread, and I think you should give people more than 6 minutes to formulate a response before you give up on a thread and start another one.
On most of those units, the delay module, if that is what you are asking about, is mounted on the motor.
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Old 07-25-2012, 12:01 PM   #3
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GEE,
another misleading title.
I thought this would be about someone having a senior moment, sitting down in the bathroom and forgetting why he was there.
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I believe Overlander is correct. IIRC, remove the black plastic motor transmission cover and the board is attached to the underside of the cover.
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They may have changed, but my wiper control module is mounted right of the fuse box under the dash. Black box about 3"x3".
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Might call AS. Now that I think about it, they may not use the GM wiper assembly...and since Workhorse doesn't know (they do source a lot of GM componentry), I'd bet AS is sourcing them for the coach build, not workhorse at the chassis build. AS could be using anything from anywhere.
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:45 AM   #7
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Intermittent Wipers

Thank you people for the range of replies ranging from the anal to the useful. Contrary to opinion the control for the wipers is not on the motor as there are only three wires going to it as you would expect for self parking wipers. Additionally, the Workhorse wiring diagram also shows this. So the control unit has to be somewhere else. The large module beside the fuses I've pulled before and the wipers worked for a while. So now it is time to delve inside.
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