Honda Accord: Wiper Motor Test - Wipers/Washers - Body Electrical - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Wiper Motor Test

4-door

1. Remove the driver's side wiper arm (see page 22-321).

2. Remove the left side cowl cover (see page 22-321).

3. Disconnect 5P connector (A) from the windshield wiper motor (B).

4. Test the motor by connecting battery power to


4. Test the motor by connecting battery power to terminal No. 3 and ground to terminal No. 2 of the wiper motor connector 5P connector. The motor should run at low speed.

5. Test the motor by connecting battery power to terminal No. 5 and ground to terminal No. 2 of the wiper motor 5P connector. The motor should run at high speed.

6. Connect an analog ohmmeterto terminals No. 4 and No. 2, and run the motor at low or high speed. The needle of the ohmmeter should pulse.

7. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, or there is no pulse, replace the motor.

2-door

1. Remove the driver's side wiper arm (see page 22-321).

2. Remove the left side cowl cover (see page 22-321).

3. Disconnect 5P connector (A) f r om the windshield wiper motor (B).

4. Test the motor by connecting battery power to


4. Test the motor by connecting battery power to terminal No. 3 and ground to terminal No. 4 of the wiper motor 5P connector. The motor should run at low speed.

5. Test the motor by connecting battery power to terminal No. 5 and ground to terminal No. 4 of the wiper motor 5P connector. The motor should run at high speed.

6. Connect an analog ohmmeter to terminals No. 1 and No. 4, and run the motor at low or high speed. The needle of the ohmmeter should pulse.

7. If the motor does not run or fails to run smoothly, or there is no pulse, replace the motor.

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