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Old 01-06-17, 10:50 AM   #1
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Hi guys new to here so Hello
Got a problem with my 2010 Peugeot Expert wiper motor as follows .

The wipers are very slow and only work on one speed when you turn them off they return to bottom but there is current still going to them and motor is still working but wipers just judder .. when you turn ignition off it is still juddering for about 10 seconds .
Any help would be appreciated.
Where is the fuse for wipers and is there a relay .
Thanks Phil .
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Old 01-06-17, 11:07 AM   #2
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99% chance it's the wiper motor and not fuses/relays. The motor is a common fault on 2007> Expert. I work in a breakers and sell them daily. Usually better going new rather than second hand.
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Old 01-06-17, 12:26 PM   #3
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Thanks for reply .
Is the wiper motor easy to get off and should I go for linkage as well or is it easy enough to swap linkage over as nothing wrong with that
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Old 04-06-17, 07:44 PM   #4
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Hi guys have ordered another wiper motor but before I fit it can I give an update .

Its really strange even when you open the door the wiper motor seems to be passing current to the wipers not enough for them to wipe but enough for them to judder in situ for 40 seconds .
That's what makes me think electrical not motor any thoughts or anybody heard of similar ??
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Old 06-06-17, 08:56 AM   #5
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Wiper motor isn't that hard to remove or fit. Just make sure you check the linkage is in good shape when you remove the motor. They can give bother too and you don't want to have to do the same job twice!
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Old 20-06-17, 09:11 PM   #6
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I have this problem too, same year same van. Slow as anything, wipers on full speed and seem like they are barely on. Not good in a storm! When they stop I sometimes hear a constant clunk clunk clunk like a bassline to music, it's the wiper motor, can see the wipers almost jumping but not moving. Click wipers on and off again & all is well. After a but of use they seem to behave normally again & full speed is resumed.
I've found they do this more if I havnt used them for a while. I've been having the issue since last summer bum never got to order a new motor as it sorta itself again.

At least I know I'm not alone... Is be real happy if you told me that your rear passenger tyre wears out twice as quick as all the others too 😂

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Old 10-02-19, 01:55 PM   #7
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Hi don't know if you could tell me if you got wipers sorted mine are the same also .don't think it can be motor as when I open or shut doors the wipers still seem to shudder with some electrical current
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Old 22-08-19, 10:28 PM   #8
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Hi, I had this problem too but got to the bottom of it today (probably to late for some). Firstly I disconnected the connection to the motor(13mm nut on motor) and slight leverage on the connection. Motor worked perfect. The problem is caused by a seized or seizing spindle. I disconnect the linkage to the RH spindle and tried to moved the wiper arm up but it was almost seized. After some work i got it hammered out(remove the circlip). I switched the wipers on with only the LH connected and it worked perfect. So cleaned up the spindle centre and greased it up, put it all back together and it worked perfect. Also dismantled the LH one too and greased it up while I was at it. I was able to do this in situ without removing the motor and linkage. Hope this helps someone
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