Your windshield wiper motor has stopped working. You have checked the fuse. The wiper switch is good and you have power to the motor. Well, sounds like your Corvette’s wiper motor has finally kicked the bucket. Replacing the wiper motor is really a simple task and does not require any type of special tools.
If you have a 1977 to 1982 Corvette you need to know if you have a pulse wiper system or not. Since this was an option in some of the years, not all of the Corvettes came with this system, which allowed the wipers to delay as most cars do today. If your car is equipped with the pulse system you will need the pulse motor cover along with a new wiper motor. The reason for this is that all new motors are set for non-pulse movement. Changing the motor cover will convert the non-pulse motor to the pulse system. Now with our new wiper motor and tools in hand, let’s replace that worn out wiper motor.