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Just get a used one as they rarely break. What's wrong with yours?
Thanks for the reply. The INT setting seems not working on my car, other settings still work, if I turn it to INT, it will just do one move then stop there, not back to the position. The low and high setting seems still working, it will back to the position if I turn to low or high then turn it directly to off...I don't know if this really an issue or not

Also, seems the move of the wiper slower than it should, a bit lack of power, personal feeling..
 

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Thanks for the reply. The INT setting seems not working on my car, other settings still work, if I turn it to INT, it will just do one move then stop there, not back to the position. The low and high setting seems still working, it will back to the position if I turn to low or high then turn it directly to off...I don't know if this really an issue or not

Also, seems the move of the wiper slower than it should, a bit lack of power, personal feeling..
I wouldn’t waste money on wiper motor, as it won’t likely fix your problem. The problem is either with column switch or ETACS timer circuit for intermittent wiper operation.

I can’t say which, but I can tell you low speed wiper operation uses same wiring to motor as intermittent operation. The only difference is ETACS turns power off and on to motor when intermittent is selected on column switch.
 

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I wouldn’t waste money on wiper motor, as it won’t likely fix your problem. The problem is either with column switch or ETACS timer circuit for intermittent wiper operation.

I can’t say which, but I can tell you low speed wiper operation uses same wiring to motor as intermittent operation. The only difference is ETACS turns power off and on to motor when intermittent is selected on column switch.
Thanks. When you say column switch, you mean the switch we turn on/off the wiper, right? And I agree with you, since most of my wiper actions are still there, I think I could skip the motor replacement for now.
 

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@zhloea I have a used wiper motor and column wiper switch. I'll sell you both for $65 shipped. Wipers worked fine. I also have a '93 ETACS from the same car, but not sure compatibility with other years. $50 shipped for the ETACS. My paypal address is available in the first post of this thread...
 
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