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Old 09-29-2013, 08:36 PM   #1
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Winnebago Wiper Problem

I have a 2005 35U Winne. I was on the Oregon Coast this last week where there was record or near record rain and wind. I was using my wipers and suddenly the delay stopped and the wipers kept going. I could not turn them off. I finally got parked and the RV sat for a day. I tried the wipers and they worked normally. Started back home and they worked normally and then stayed on and I could not adjust or turn off. I continued to drive and they started to work normally when the rain subsided. I looked at the motor and it was wet from rain. I looked this up on the internet and see in GM trucks this is a common occurance and linked to the relay attached to the motor. Does this sound familiar and will replacing the motor fix the problem? You guys are super in responding to this stuff, thanks in advance for any answers.
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Old 09-29-2013, 09:28 PM   #2
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look for the harness plug a short distance from the motor. UNplug it, dry thoughly, and apply some "dielectric" grease inside the connection to prevent water intrusion that "shorts" the pins and keeps the motor running when not needed.
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