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Trooper wipers... #708479
03/21/06 03:07 PM
03/21/06 03:07 PM
RockingRobin69  Offline OP
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I have an 1986 Trooper II. It has intermintent wipers but I only have wipers on high speed. Is there a relay somewhere in the circuit that I can look for that may be fried on the low speed side?

Robin...


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Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: RockingRobin69] #708480
03/21/06 05:38 PM
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BigSwede  Offline
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I don't know specifically about that model, but there should be a wiper control module somewhere. That is likely where your problem is...


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Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: RockingRobin69] #708481
03/21/06 10:28 PM
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I believe on my 91 Trooper I saw a relay in the fuse box under the hood. Not sure if yours is the same.

Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: RockingRobin69] #708482
03/22/06 12:30 AM
03/22/06 12:30 AM
litnin  Offline
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Dallas, GA
The wiper control module is built in to the switch assembly that the on/off switch is in.
You have to remove the steering covers and the wheel to get
to it.


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Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: litnin] #708483
03/22/06 12:51 AM
03/22/06 12:51 AM
RockingRobin69  Offline OP
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Quote
The wiper control module is built in to the switch assembly that the on/off switch is in.
You have to remove the steering covers and the wheel to get
to it.


Is this module replaceable or do I have to get the whole combination switch & slap in a new one to get this problem fixed?

Robin...


1986 Isuzu Trooper II. Still learning.
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Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: RockingRobin69] #708484
03/22/06 01:36 AM
03/22/06 01:36 AM
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JLEMOND  Offline
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YOU HAVE TO GET THE WHOLE ASSY ,894472-889-2 PT NO--86---91 ARE ALL THE SAME UNLESS IT HAS CRUISE CONTROL .. JERRY

Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: JLEMOND] #708485
03/22/06 02:15 AM
03/22/06 02:15 AM
RockingRobin69  Offline OP
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One more question as this is a pretty pricey part. Any chance this could be a bad wiper motor refusing to work on anything but high speed?

Robin...


1986 Isuzu Trooper II. Still learning.
www.Generation-Edge.info Site owner & Admin.
Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: RockingRobin69] #708486
03/23/06 03:04 AM
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JLEMOND  Offline
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YES IT COULD BE ,BUT THEY ARE PRETTY DURABLE ,THEY DON,T FAIL TOO OFTEN UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN JAMED ,JERRY

Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: JLEMOND] #708487
04/08/06 07:11 PM
04/08/06 07:11 PM
RockingRobin69  Offline OP
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Finally had some free time & good weather here in Denver to pull the wiper motor. As soon as I pulled the top off the motor I could see a broken wire coming off one of the brush holders. Soldered it back to where it belonged & for good measure, fine sanded the commutator. Greased the bushings up & put it back together & installed it. It works like the day it came off the dealers lot. Slow, high & intermentent & it even parks the wipers where they should now. Thanks to all & especially Jerry for help on this. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Robin...


1986 Isuzu Trooper II. Still learning.
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Re: Trooper wipers... [Re: JLEMOND] #708488
04/09/06 05:20 AM
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800XL  Offline
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Posts: 165
McMinnville, OR
I don't mean to hijack this thread, but it brings up some interesting bits of info I'd like to get clarified.

I've been wanting to get intermittant wipers on my 86, but I didn't think it was an option. Now that I look at my parts book it does look like it was possible. So do I understand correctly that I can take the combination switch assembly from an 86-91 with intermittant wipers, no cruise, and that is all I should need? The parts book I have only goes up to 86, and it looks to have a typo (lists 3 switches, all saying WO/INTERMITENT). It shows one for 84-85, and two for 86 (DLX and LS). The part numbers listed for the motor shows only one, and I don't see a wiring harness change either. It would be nice if I could just swap the switch assembly and upgrade to intermittant.

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