hey unless the thing completely dies or pisses me off I ain't bothering with it. I've seen posts saying the stalk (switch), the BCM, the wiper motor, the relay, the wiring. Just about anything involved. I'm just thinking about it logically. If it were a problem with the park switch in the motor, then the wipers wouldn't start moving when turned to slow or fast after popping up an inch on delay. So I'd say the motor could be ruled out. Now it seeems like the stalk (switch) sent a pulse to start the wipers in the first place when they just pop up an inch and stop. Because of that, I think I'd rule out the stalk (switch) also. Which leaves us with the relay(s), wiring, and the BCM. Now, I tried swapping the one relay I found under the hood with another one and it didn't change anything. But i read that there are two, one for the fast/slow operation and one for the delay. I haven't seen one for the delay. I can rule out the relay that I did find. So I've got the wiring, this relay I haven't found (if there is one) and the BCM. Seeing how this problem seems to eventually correct itself, I'm kinda shading away from any wiring problems. Are you with me so far?? Now, if there is a relay for the delay option and it suddenly loses power or connection to the wipers, then I can see how they would start and stop abruptly. Does anyone know if there are 2 separate relays for the wipers, one for slow/fast and one for delay??? and if there isn't, then it takes me back to the BCM again.
A word of advise my dad used to tell me: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it"
I can't tell you how many times I shoulda listened!!!
Last edited by froggy81500; 03-08-2005 at 10:32 PM.