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Old 14-03-10, 05:35 PM   #1
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Default 306 Front Wipers malfunction

Hi forum. I can't work out why m front wipers keep stopping intermittently. They've just started doing it last week & can stop mid-wipe, leaving me with scary driving visibility. Any help or advice appreciated (motor? or earthing? or fuse? maybe)
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Old 14-03-10, 08:05 PM   #2
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Most likely motor.
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Old 14-03-10, 08:10 PM   #3
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Thanks Tyler
I'll try & source a scrappers for a replacement unit.
Cheers again....
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Old 14-03-10, 09:24 PM   #4
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wiper motor for sure. water gone into it. usually drain blocked underneath it.
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Just to chuck in past experience of this but my wiper stalk gave me this problem on a 306, just check to see if its loose or feels worn
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Most likely motor.
I've a box o' scrap ones here for 306's

That's what my sisters car was doing last month, thought it might have been something to do with rain sensor! tried the w/motor on my own car but still the same fault so replaced motor, all going no problems

PS. a pug technician also told me to fit a 17" & 19" wiper instead of a 18" &20" which helps reduce pressure on wiper motor
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change it soon mate; you don't want it to fail in heavy rain

been there done that: very fcukin scary at 70 mph
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