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2014 Smart Fortwo Windshield Wiper Motor - Rear Cardone - Reman. Wiper Motor

P311-59D0862    43-3447  Remanufactured

4518200008

Qty:
$20.70 133.54
Cardone Windshield Wiper Motor  Rear
  • Remanufactured Wiper Motor
  • Motor without Washer Pump
  • Reman. Wiper Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Moisture Sensor Monitors Rainfall Accumulation On The Windshield And Provides Input To The Windshield Wiper Motor Control Module. The Windshield Wiper Control Module Adjusts The Wiper Motor Speed Accordingly.
      • Check The Wiring Harness Ground, Terminal Ground Lug Or Ground Strap. If The Motor Still Does Not Operate Properly, Check The Switch And Switch Circuit.
      • How Can I Determine If My Vehicle Is Equipped With A Moisture Sensitive Wiper Motor?
      • How Do Moisture Sensitive Wipers Work?
      • I Just Installed A New Wiper Motor And Put My Old Washer Pump On And The Motor Does Not Work. Is The Motor Defective?
      • If The Motor Does Not Have Hidden Wiper Blades, The Most Likely Cause Of Parking Misalignment Is The Crank Arm Position. Adjust The Crank Arm Angle On The Motor Shaft To Park Wipers At Bottom Of Windshield. Refer To A Vehicle Specific Service Manual Or On
      • Most Vehicles Equipped With This Feature Have A Rain Sensor Permanently Mounted To The Inside Of The Windshield In Front Of The Rear View Mirror.
      • The Motor Is Not Defective. There Are Some Wiper Motors That Will Not Operate If The Washer Pump Is Defective. This May Be The Cause Of The Original Motor Problem. Bench Test Wiper Motor And Washer Pump Before Replacing Either.
      • The Wiper Motor Continues To Stop In The Middle Of The Windshield. What’s Causing This To Happen?
      • Why Won’t The Wiper Motor Work? I Have Everything Hooked Up Properly.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • Each Unit Has Its Main Components Tested Or Gauged Against The O.e. Standard. [armature, Field, Bearing, Parking Switch, Or Pulse Board] – Then The Final Product Is Tested For Each Of Its Functions On The Vehicle.
      • Every Motor Bearing Is Re-impregnated Or Replaced As Needed.
      • Lubrication Is Applied To The Output Gear To Provide Maximum Load Capacity And Long Life.
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged For Performance And Reliability.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Weak Solder Points Are 100% Reflowed To Extend Life Expectancy
  • CARDONE’s legacy began in 1970 when its first product offering was released ? Remanufactured Wiper Motors. Since then, the CARDONE name has become synonymous with high-quality, remanufactured products. Every CARDONE wiper motor is re-engineered, built and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE® Remanufactured Wiper Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2014 - Smart Fortwo Rear
Cardone
2013 Smart Fortwo Windshield Wiper Motor - Front Cardone - Reman. Wiper Motor

P311-0C3D950    43-3446  Remanufactured

4518200040

Qty:
$16.20 65.74
Cardone Windshield Wiper Motor  Front
  • Remanufactured Wiper Motor
  • Motor without Washer Pump
  • Reman. Wiper Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Moisture Sensor Monitors Rainfall Accumulation On The Windshield And Provides Input To The Windshield Wiper Motor Control Module. The Windshield Wiper Control Module Adjusts The Wiper Motor Speed Accordingly.
      • Check The Wiring Harness Ground, Terminal Ground Lug Or Ground Strap. If The Motor Still Does Not Operate Properly, Check The Switch And Switch Circuit.
      • How Can I Determine If My Vehicle Is Equipped With A Moisture Sensitive Wiper Motor?
      • How Do Moisture Sensitive Wipers Work?
      • I Just Installed A New Wiper Motor And Put My Old Washer Pump On And The Motor Does Not Work. Is The Motor Defective?
      • If The Motor Does Not Have Hidden Wiper Blades, The Most Likely Cause Of Parking Misalignment Is The Crank Arm Position. Adjust The Crank Arm Angle On The Motor Shaft To Park Wipers At Bottom Of Windshield. Refer To A Vehicle Specific Service Manual Or On
      • Most Vehicles Equipped With This Feature Have A Rain Sensor Permanently Mounted To The Inside Of The Windshield In Front Of The Rear View Mirror.
      • The Motor Is Not Defective. There Are Some Wiper Motors That Will Not Operate If The Washer Pump Is Defective. This May Be The Cause Of The Original Motor Problem. Bench Test Wiper Motor And Washer Pump Before Replacing Either.
      • The Wiper Motor Continues To Stop In The Middle Of The Windshield. What’s Causing This To Happen?
      • Why Won’t The Wiper Motor Work? I Have Everything Hooked Up Properly.
    • Features and Benefits:
      • As A Remanufactured Original Equipment Part, This Unit Guarantees A Perfect Vehicle Fit.
      • Each Unit Has Its Main Components Tested Or Gauged Against The O.e. Standard. [armature, Field, Bearing, Parking Switch, Or Pulse Board] – Then The Final Product Is Tested For Each Of Its Functions On The Vehicle.
      • Every Motor Bearing Is Re-impregnated Or Replaced As Needed.
      • Lubrication Is Applied To The Output Gear To Provide Maximum Load Capacity And Long Life.
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged For Performance And Reliability.
      • Our Remanufacturing Process Is Earth-friendly, As It Reduces The Energy And Raw Material Needed To Make A New Part By 80%.
      • Weak Solder Points Are 100% Reflowed To Extend Life Expectancy
  • CARDONE’s legacy began in 1970 when its first product offering was released ? Remanufactured Wiper Motors. Since then, the CARDONE name has become synonymous with high-quality, remanufactured products. Every CARDONE wiper motor is re-engineered, built and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE® Remanufactured Wiper Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2013 - Smart Fortwo Front

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wiper motor

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Question From rlewczyk on wiper motor

05 ford ranger 2 door, 2.3 liter. wiper blades will not return to neutral position when wiper is turned off. delay wipers do not work but regular speed and fast work. is it the wiper motor or the switch

Response From Discretesignals

Do you mean the wipers won't park and when you turn off the wipers they stop where they are at?

Response From rlewczyk

yes that is what i mean. when i turn them off the stop right away or they may park at the bottom of windshield like they are suppose to. so do i replace wiper motor or switch?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Did you want an edumacated guess or do you want to know how to diagnose the problem to find the culprit? It appears the wiper switch is functioning and the wiper run/park and high/low relays are working along with the smart junction box. There is a switch inside the wiper motor that is used to change the circuit configuration between high/low and delay/park. The switch inside the motor could be the culprit if the switch is stuck in the high/low circuit configuration.

Wipers wont work

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Question From sings69 on Wipers wont work

I dont know all the details about the car because I'm inquiring for my brother. He has no winshield wipers..They wont work. He's frustrated & now wants to just sell the car. Everything he's checked seems to be o.k. He's replaced the Wiper motor, that wasn't the problem. Can we help him? Whats involved in putting in new ones? Would appreciate any advice please. sings69

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What kind of vehicle? Does power get to and ground available for the motor?

T

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Hey Tom
Does Mr. repairyourowncar have this sites permission to advertise here?

Let alone his off the wall advise about looking under the dash for a control module when we don’t even know what kind of vehicle this is.

But then again after going to his site and him saying that anyone can diagnose and repair anything on any vehicle, also tells us how little this person really knows.

His site is an interesting read thou; especially the part where he slams mechanics.

I have seen a lot of people taken advantage of by Auto Repair Shops.

$137.00 isn’t taking advantage of; does it come with a weegee board; if not it should.

I might have to print the site’s home page and put it in my waiting room here at the garage; just to show my customers that there all kinds of rip-offs out there.

Last question Tom; how smart is this person too come to our site here, where all the regulars are mechanics; mechanics that are here for only one reason; we want to help people with their vehicles.

We try and advise and hopefully educate; allowing people too feel more comfortable the next time they have to go to a garage.

I’m not selling anything to anyone and I don’t think that the forums are the place for anyone to make their sales pitch; let alone slamming the automotive trade!


If I’m wrong in my thinking Tom, please delete this post for me.

Dan.

Response From Guest

So....are you actually gunna answer this guy's question about his wiper problem, or are you just going to sit there and cry about someone else's post...

P.S. You deleted the ONLY post that tried to offer an actual, honest response...

P.P.S. This guy may have "bashed" mechanics a bit, but you are sure driving the nail home

Here are my "websites"

www.2carpros.com/
www.familycar.com/carrepair/
www.43things.com/things/view/30560/learn-to-fix-cars
www.econofix.com
www.canadasucks.com

Response From sings69

Thanks Mr. guest. I was wondering that myself? By thinking..Whats going on? A 91 Taurus..The vehicle is a 91 Ford Taurus. And no, I'm not who you think I am. I'm a newbie. According to my brother theres a 5 wire plug that connects to the new wiper motor, so he's not sure about being grounded.

Response From DanD

Sings 69
We didn’t delete the only helpful response to your question; the response was a self-seeking one; promoting, “you can do anything kit.”
A do it yourself kit, something like a do your own tax kit; where you have to be an accountant to understand it.
I dislike people that say; read/watch my book or videos and you can fix all and any problem you would ever have, why pay a professional, just PAY me!
These snake-oil sales people must have a sleeping disorder; how else could they come up with this crap?

With as little you or we had to go on, no one could have given a reply that was worth the time to type a reply, to your question. Sorry
Not your fault because you told us that you didn’t know all the details.
Details that we really need because we’re not there too see this vehicle.
If vehicles were all that easy to repair or all vehicle systems were the same; Mechanics, their garages or even this web site would not be here or needed.

Dan.

Response From way2old

Sings69, On the Taurus, (now that we actually know what it is) click here for some information on the wiper system. Click on the links on the right side for all the parts in the system.Please don't judge us by others. The guest poster seems to have a lot of websites, but I did not see any information offered from them. Each manufacturer has different ways of doing things and that is why we ask for specifics on the vehicle. The first post or two in the forum is for you to read and help us help you. There is a real possibility the wiper/turn signal switch is the problem.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did you see a post - ooooops! Guess he's not welcome

T

Response From way2old

Hey Tom. Delete his entire post. The site is in his user name. Get em Boston Bulldog with mean Kitty!!!!! That was your Indian name years ago.

Response From Double J

Nicely stated Dan.

Get 'em Tom


Hope I dont have an "Indian" name...

I can just imagine what name W20 would give me .

Jim

Response From Tom Greenleaf


Boston bulldogs! No, we have Kitty!

Jim - Boston was once an Indian name - no joke - it was called Shawmut for the Indians!

I did check out the site and you pay first to get any possible help which is not in line with this forum,

Tom

Response From way2old

Now Jim. You know I have nothing but the highest respect for you. Guess yours could be Chicago Style Pizza um good.