I DO WINDOWS
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Ruthven Ontario
2003 #2393 black SB1 some-stuff-added
My 03 with 43k started this saturday in maggie valley. Im stored inside all times so should not have any leaves collected. Could be wet from car wash hose. My windshield washer pump wants to run also non stop. Will try disconnect, dry and reset. If that fails we will look at the multi switch as was suggested in maggie by Phil 06bluessr and Dick
Also found this ...
Wingrider posted this info awhile back:
Wiper Motor and Harness Connector) - (Jan 18, 2005)
Subject: Windshield Wipers Always On (Replace Wiper Motor and Harness Connector)
Models: 2003-2004 Chevrolet SSR
Some customers may comment that the windshield wipers stay on even when the wiper switch is off.
This condition may be due to water entering the wiper motor connector body through the weatherpack seal, resulting in corrosion of the terminals within that connector.
Inspect the windshield wiper motor connector terminals for residue or corrosion. If the terminals show signs of corrosion, replace the wiper motor and connector using the procedure listed below. This new connector w/leads has a more robust seal to prevent water intrusion.
•Remove the wiper motor. Refer to the Wiper Motor Replacement procedure in the Wipers/Washer System sub-section of the Service Manual (SI Document ID #899943).
•Cut off the connector.
•Install the new service connector pigtail using the Duraseal sealed splices and instructions provided with the pigtail.
Important: Use the J 38125-8 Crimp Tool provided in the J 38125 Terminal Repair Kit when crimping any Duraseal splice along with the Ultra Torch and J 38125-5 or J 38125-5A when making this repair. Failure to do so could compromise the integrity of this repair.
•Install the new wiper motor. Refer to the Wiper Motor Replacement procedure in the Wipers/Washer System sub-section of the Service Manual (SI Document ID #899943).
Motor, Windshield Wiper Motor
Connector, WSW Motor (w/leads)
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