Dynamo Joe: Kindest thanks for the competent video, it was well done. Im running some different wipers now and wanted to adjust them a little bit to wipe off farther towards the d.s. cab pillar - and after your video, I have no need for questions on how to do this. THANKS joe in Canada
Fknstud: I have an older motor with no pulse board. I want to update to the new one. Is the harness the same for both?!
ishgwood: Will this work for 2000-2004 model?
nmbrone: Thanks for your video. My motor replacement went pretty well. The remanufactured motor I bought had to have the grommets switched over and the the rubber phlange, and the wiper attachment swapped over. but can't complain for $52. This video was a lifesaver, keep up the good work.
jose rocha: I just installed a new wiper motor it only works without the wiper arms. How can I did this?
William Thibodeau: Bless you!
Jim Lambert: Can't get past step one. I pulled the pin up, but the wiper arm will not pull off???? Any suggestions
Charles Kauffman: I'd like to thank you for the video, and I'd also like to add one more piece of helpful info for anyone looking to attempt this and if your windshield wipers don't work, be sure to check the splines on the arm (at 4:37). I had planned on doing this work over the weekend (very old wiper motor), and turns out the teeth on the arm were fairly sheered and the motor I bought didn't come with the arm. Plus, no one that "may" carry the arm are open during the weekends.
Again, thanks for the video. Now the waiting game.
Greg Cordero: Great video. I can't thank you enough for helping me with my latest repair to my 1995 K2500. Especially with the snow storm coming tomorrow. Thank you so much.
R G Oden Jr: Love the video, thanks. I have a chevrolet 1991 C1500 and the old girl needs some work this is one of the items. For this modle of truck do you have a video for replacing the entire dash? It is falling to peices, literally, from neglect from the previous owner.
ryan richardson: Thanks for showing me how to do this...
bulldog7297: i turn my wipers on and the motor made a funny noise and the wipers didnt move, when my dad hit my wiper motor it started working great. would you know what is wrong with it?
bblazeff1: Thanks for posting this very helpful video. I've used a few of your videos for reference and I've saved myself a bundle by doing so.
STEVEN LEWIS: For some reason my philips screw are not coming out. They are just free spinning but nor unscrewing
TrapperJohn5719: Thanks a lot.... will visit your other pages!!
smile: god bless you ^_^
Jimmie Pickens: dude... u guys ROCK when it comes to r/r jobs. Keep em coming.
sbrown0221: I have the same board smithdmit is referring to on mu 89 chevy silverado. It's much like the board on the s10 blazer, long and rectangler so the square type wiper boards won't fit. The five pin conenctor is the same however. You cannot find a replacvement board for this style anywere and it's not talked about much. When it is no one offers any useful advice. Does anyone know the original Delco part number for board I'm referring to or know of a replacment that will work in it;s place?
1A Auto Parts: The issue is most likely going to be with the switch or the control module.
smithdsmit: I changed my wiper motor.the old one had common probs of wipers not turning off when they are suppose to.but they did work on high and low speed.With the new motor. they dont go as fast on high as they should.It seems like some times they go fast but then slow down.I dont trust it. because in a major down pour/they would not be fast enough.any ideas as to what the problem is?
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