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Windshield Wiper Switch Information

When it rains it pours -- something that can get quite dangerous when on the road. Luckily, your vehicle comes equipped with miniature water-wicking blades in the form of your windshield wipers. If these blades break, or the windshield wiper switch stops working, your vision in inclement weather could be seriously impaired.†

Luckily, PartsGeek.com has windshield wiper switches for all your rainy day needs. From top brands like ACI and Dorman, to multi-functioning switches; you'll be well prepared for whatever weather you face on the road. And with the PartsGeek.com 30-day return guarantee, you can purchase your parts with confidence. We have the right windshield wiper switch for you -- or your money back!†

What is a windshield wiper switch?

In your vehicle, the windshield wiper switch controls the wiper motor and wiper blades that keep your windshield clean and liquid free. It can also control the speed of your wipers, offering varying rates based on the heaviness of the rainfall. Typically, this switch is usually located right beneath the steering wheel, though it could be located somewhere else on the dashboard. Your wiper blades should be replaced every six months to ensure you have clear driving visibility. You can tell your wiper blades are getting old when they begin leaving streaks on the window while emitting squeaks and chatters.†

Wiper blade switches, on the other hand, should only be replaced if damaged. If you lose control of the speed and function of the wiper blades, you should see a certified mechanic about replacing your windshield wiper switch.††

How much is a windshield wiper switch?

On PartsGeek.com windshield wiper switches cost between $50 and $300. This depends on several factors including:

  • The year, make and model of your vehicle
  • The brand of windshield wiper switch†
  • The function of your switch†
    • Does it just control the wipers?
    • Does it connect to the wiper fluid?
    • Does it also function as a blinker signal or a hazard signal?†

How do you know if the Windshield Wiper Switch is damaged?

Depending on the make and model of your vehicle, your windshield wiper switch could have various usages. Some only control the wipers on the front windshield, making sure it's free of rain, dirt and debris. Others also control wipers on the back window, increasing rear view mirror visibility. When you flick the switch, the wipers are supposed to move left to right. If nothing happens, it probably means there's an issue with the wipers switch. This could range from a malfunctioning switch to a stripped motor linkage.†Additionally, this damage could also impact the speed setting for the wipers. If the wipers do not speed up or slow down based on your input, it could mean there is some kind of failure with your wiper switch.†

Finally, on most vehicle, the windshield wiper switch also functions as a turn signal indicator. If your windshield wipers are not working, there's a strong chance your turn signal is impacted as well. Since this can quickly become a driving hazard, it's best to get this checked out my a certified mechanic immediately. Having operation wiper switches and turn signals in legally required in the United States.†


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Some of our Customer Reviews
Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Diamond Dave

Plugged in - Works just like it should.

Thanks again,

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Wiper Switch

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Richard Von Tickner

The new switch fit and worked 100 percent. Was no problem putting it in. Top of the line product.

1997 Nissan Pickup Wiper Switch

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Perfect!

Had to replace this switch twice before from OTHER suppliers and each time received malfunctioning products. This final purchase from Parts Geek is absolutely perfect and I am (whew!) totally relieved. VERY easy to install as well.

2002 Mitsubishi Galant Wiper Switch

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Good part

Exact fit as OEM part removed. Matched up good with fastener holes and electrical connection plugged right in.

1989 Chevrolet C60 Wiper Switch

Somewhat Satisfied
Reviewer: Dad of the year

It dropped right into place.

Decent quality.

The going rate $$ is ... $$$$ too much.

But

Itís illegal to not have this functioning.

Shipping was fast

Iíll order from this company again.

2009 Dodge Grand Caravan Wiper Switch

Somewhat Satisfied
Reviewer: 1982 ford wiper switch

Product quality is equal to OEM. A picture of the electrical connection would have helped not to order the wrong piece.

1982 Ford F250 Wiper Switch