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Old 10-08-2012, 07:14 PM   #31
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I had the same problem with my 2010 JKUR; dealer replaced the turn signal stalk itself. Tech told me this is a very common issue, the random wiper swipe. All warranty work so it only cost me a few hours without my Jeep. I'll look for the service ticket.

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Old 10-10-2012, 03:56 PM   #32
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My has done it a couple of times since we picked it up new in may of this year. Have had it to dealer a couple of times. They can't find anything wrong. Today I am down in myrtle beach and they came on for 2 swipes and then off. My wife and I just laughed. Then awhile later they came on and wouldn't shut off. Tried turning them on and off played with blinker and they kept going. Turn jeep off and then back on and back to normal. Another trip to dealer when we get home from holidays.

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Old 11-07-2012, 12:57 PM   #33
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well, the ghost wiper issue is back after a few months of having the module flashed. Time to take it back in.......again.
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:17 PM   #34
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oh the infamous wiper issue...has happened to me on my '12 Sahara w/ 10.5k on it. It started as a very intermittent issue when I only used the left signal. Then it spread to the right one as well. Then it started to happen more frequently and now, it just happens randomly, when I use the turn signals or not. Took it to the dealer, they said it was a software update. Needless to say, they were coming back on that same day.
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:30 AM   #35
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"Don't worry it's covered under warranty" that's fine the first time back to the dealer but if the can't fix the problem the first time, it is a worry. I would be pissed off if this happened to me but even more pissed if they did not turn on when I needed them!
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:55 PM   #36
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In for oil change today. Let them know about the wipers turning on by them selves. They checked again and can't find anything. Well it is on the paper work again.
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Old 01-03-2013, 02:24 PM   #37
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2012 Jeep Wrangler Wiper Problems

Praise the good Lord I'm not the only one having wiper problems where they come on by themselves. I bought this Jeep for my wife as I thought she might be having a mid life crisis !!!!! She kept coming home and telling me that her wipers would come on by themselves ???? My wife is blonde ( Love You Dear ) so I caulked it up to her and my daughter being blonde and a little crazy !!!! The Jeep needed it's first oil change so I took it into the dealer and explained what my wife told me, when I picked it up the dealership told me they could not duplicate the problem ???? Sounded good to me and again I caulked it up to the girls being blonde !!!! I'm a extremely tall person so I don't ride in the Jeep unless it's the summer time and we are heading to the lake. During the X Mas holidays I was forced to ride in the Jeep with the girls and I noted on three separate occasions that the wipers would come on and make 3 swipes. After the third occurrence the only thing I could contribute it too was the right turn signal as this was the only operation being preformed while driving down the road.
I took the Jeep into the dealer today and I was very strong in my language as to the wipers coming on and there has to be a reason for this "such as a short between the column since both handles are on opposite sides of the steering column." I could tell I was getting the blow off approach so I called this afternoon and the service writer tells me that the technician wrote that the turn signals were working normally.. Needless to say I started searching the internet to see if anyone had similar problems and low and behold I find this forum website before I call the dealer back after lunch. I became very angry when I told the service writer I didn't care about the turn signals they work fine the problem was the wipers coming on by themselves !!!!!! I feel safe in saying that if I did or preformed my job in this manner we wouldn't have a job, in the same breath if I could ever hire one of these guys I will just so I can fire them for being ignorant there is no better explanation !!!!!
Stay posted I have cleared my calendar for the next two days and this will become my next mission in 2013 to find the answer to this problem!!!! I will no longer accept the answer " we cannot duplicate the problem " or " There is no problem" we will get to the bottom of it one way or another. I'm sure you guys are just as frustrated as I am after buying this Jeep ( which isn't cheap ), new tires, new rims, chrome this, chrome that add ons to make my wife happy. I'm going to gain personal satisfaction in finding this problem and proving to them that my wife may be Blonde but she is not crazy, and she WILL BE A wife with a fixed wiper motor problem !!!!!!
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Praise the good Lord I'm not the only one having wiper problems where they come on by themselves. I bought this Jeep for my wife as I thought she might be having a mid life crisis !!!!! She kept coming home and telling me that her wipers would come on by themselves ???? My wife is blonde ( Love You Dear ) so I caulked it up to her and my daughter being blonde and a little crazy !!!! The Jeep needed it's first oil change so I took it into the dealer and explained what my wife told me, when I picked it up the dealership told me they could not duplicate the problem ???? Sounded good to me and again I caulked it up to the girls being blonde !!!! I'm a extremely tall person so I don't ride in the Jeep unless it's the summer time and we are heading to the lake. During the X Mas holidays I was forced to ride in the Jeep with the girls and I noted on three separate occasions that the wipers would come on and make 3 swipes. After the third occurrence the only thing I could contribute it too was the right turn signal as this was the only operation being preformed while driving down the road.
I took the Jeep into the dealer today and I was very strong in my language as to the wipers coming on and there has to be a reason for this "such as a short between the column since both handles are on opposite sides of the steering column." I could tell I was getting the blow off approach so I called this afternoon and the service writer tells me that the technician wrote that the turn signals were working normally.. Needless to say I started searching the internet to see if anyone had similar problems and low and behold I find this forum website before I call the dealer back after lunch. I became very angry when I told the service writer I didn't care about the turn signals they work fine the problem was the wipers coming on by themselves !!!!!! I feel safe in saying that if I did or preformed my job in this manner we wouldn't have a job, in the same breath if I could ever hire one of these guys I will just so I can fire them for being ignorant there is no better explanation !!!!!
Stay posted I have cleared my calendar for the next two days and this will become my next mission in 2013 to find the answer to this problem!!!! I will no longer accept the answer " we cannot duplicate the problem " or " There is no problem" we will get to the bottom of it one way or another. I'm sure you guys are just as frustrated as I am after buying this Jeep ( which isn't cheap ), new tires, new rims, chrome this, chrome that add ons to make my wife happy. I'm going to gain personal satisfaction in finding this problem and proving to them that my wife may be Blonde but she is not crazy, and she WILL BE A wife with a fixed wiper motor problem !!!!!!
I thank you for taking this problem on. We have had the jeep in numerous times for same thing. Keep getting told they can't reproduce the problem. They said they flashed the computer and that should fix it. We where a block from the dealer and on they went. The most was on holidays down in Myrtle Beach had to turn the jeep off to make them stop. Every time we go back to dealer we are told the same thing. No problems found. I will be waiting with fingers crossed you can find the problem.
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:50 AM   #39
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I have the same problem, it's happened maybe a half dozen times since I bought it in June. Always a single wipe. Can't recall if it's just when signalling left or both.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:23 AM   #40
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Good luck on you quest for an answer to this dilemma, the control circuit uses a voltage comparison arrangement for wiper actuation. Perhaps when the turn signal is activated the voltage draw initiates the cycle. Replacing the battery may cure the problem.

FYI here are the wire assignments if needed:

Wipers: brown/white (L), brown/orange (H) + wiper motor or TIPM, brown plug, pins 12 and 11

Turn Signal (Left): white/lt. green (F), white/dk. green (R) + TIPM, lt. gray plug, pin 9 (F); black plug (C7), pin 49 (R)

Turn Signal (Right): white/tan (F), white/orange (R) + TIPM, lt. gray plug, pin 7 (F); black plug (C7), pin 50 (R)

The TIPM (Totally Integrated Power Module) is in the engine compartment, on the driver fender.
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:20 PM   #41
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I will bet it's the TIPM - do a search on TIPM here. Lots of odd problems seem to fall under issues with it. Multi-switch on the column would be my other guess normally.
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Old 01-04-2013, 03:34 PM   #42
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i just hate the fact that the swipe all day with no water, and they are getting worn down quick, maybe the dealer will pay for my new blades?? YEA RIGHT, im glad im not the only one
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Old 01-04-2013, 05:05 PM   #43
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Check the connector under the dash for all the steering column harnesses. Make sure everything is clipped in securely. Been a lot of weird stuff fixed from that.
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:37 AM   #44
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Wiper Update 2012 Wrangler

Sorry for the lag, I was called out of town last minute but here is my latest update.... My dealership is pretty worthless in my opinion at this point. The follow up call this morning was " We can not duplicate the problem and I don't know what to tell you?" So after getting off my soap box this morning I have a number for you to Jeep. 800 992 1997 keep in mind these people are not technicians but they are willing to listen to you deflate over the phone. After explaining the problem of the wiper blades you need to be very clear in asking that the case be escalated to a case manager ( Have the last 8 of your vin handy). Jeep will then schedule your appointment at the dealership which I am going back tomorrow morning at 8:00 for the third visit to correct the problem ( I'm not very confident ). Apparently the case manager gets your complaints at Jeep and should contact you in 24 hours to help you correct your problem and work with the dealership and technicians to trouble shoot the problems. So stay posted and I will tell you how I come out from jumping through these hoops.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:35 AM   #45
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This has been an exhausting quest of mine to get this wiper motor problem solved !!!!! I have to share a few over sights on my part, and retract a statement I made about the local dealership here in Columbia S.C. First mistake I made was dealing with the service writers on the counter for the first three visits. ON my arrival the other day after contacting Jeep directly and opening a case file for the repairs. I received the cold shoulder when I checked in from the service writer asking me the obvious question " Why are you here today ???" They knew exactly why I was there !!!! So right out of the gate I demanded to speak with the service manager as I was done with the service writers and low and behold their attitude made a 360 change. The service manager was great !!!!!! I explained the whole process I also shared this website as insight into the fact that I'm not the only one who has experienced this problem. I suggested that he go online and do the same research as I have done one the TIPM. As we talked about the problem I posed the million dollar question " If your Tech drives my Jeep in the shop and the wiper blades come on .... Then What ????? " You tell me what your going to do then if you don't have a plan of action when I tell you that the wipers come on??? " The service manager was then very much in agreement that I had a point.... If you can't "duplicate" my problem when it happens where are you going to look for help at ???? He got on the phone and the agreement was made that the TIPM module and the wiper arm on the steering column was going to be replaced. It sounds like there isn't anything else that actuates the motor for the wipers. The problem should now be solved I pick the Jeep up this afternoon so for right now I am scratching this event off of my schedule and moving forward !!!!!!! I hope this may help you guys and gals and best of luck !!!!!! I will give the fix a couple of weeks and check back with everyone but as it stands right now I am extremely happy with the results.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:14 AM   #46
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Well, I am having the same issue on my JKUS and started a thread about it before I stumbled upon this one using :google:. I've only had mine for two weeks to the day and the first time I had this issue was on Sunday. The wipers stopped after turning them on/off a few times. That didn't work this morning and they were stuck on low intermittent no matter what the setting. This concerns me as we are supposed to get heavy storms today and driving with them on that low setting will making driving not a lot of fun.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:48 AM   #47
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Mine only comes on for a single swipe very occasionally when I signal left or right. If it gets to the point where they come on and won't shut off I'll be driving straight to the dealership and show them the problem while it's happening so there can't be any of this "we can't duplicate the problem" BS.
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I am also going to check the headlights with wipers settings in the EVIC. If this is turned on, I am going to disable it to see if this resolves the issue before I go to the dealership.
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Good News On Wipers Coming On By Themselves !!!

It's been a month since I had the TIPM replaced in my wife's 2012 Jeep Wrangler and I am happy to report that I have had NO wiper related problems.
Please save yourselves the hassles and all the crap that the service writers give you. Follow the steps in my other posts to start your case files and grab your Service Manager by the ear and sit in his office until he agree's to replace this module ( even if he tries to make you feel guilty using the words customer request or customer satisfaction) because it works !!!!!
I spent too many hours getting this fixed and I was not going to except the " We can not duplicate answer " Clear your work desk off like I did and be firm and get that TIPM replaced !!!!
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:01 AM   #50
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I've had the same problem for a while - when I use the turn signal , often the wipers make 1 pass. I thought this was a Jeep thing...
I'll have them look at it at the next opportunity
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:17 PM   #51
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They got my issue fixed Monday (the day I dropped it off). I am pretty sure they replaced the entire stalk the wipers operate on. The problem was easy to replicate and they didn't question anything.
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Hello all you mystery wiper folks. Had a 2008 Jeep liberty I bought used in Feb. of 2009. One day the heat started going off. A few days later I came out of a meeting, pushed the button on my key to unlock the jeep and the horn blared, wipers front and back kept going, washer fluid came out, doors would not unlock. Finally had one of the men I work with open the hood and disconnect the battery. Funny thing, my dealership said it didn't happen. There were about 50 folks coming out of the same meeting that witnessed this.

I ended up buying a 2012 in March. In June the wipers went back and forth once while I was driving. Then it seemed to happen when I put the blinker on left or right. Now it happens, and i might add there is really no set pattern, but it will happen if I adjust the radio, check temp, put in a CD, use the buttons on the back of my steering wheel. Some times it happens as soon as I leave my driveway and other times I can drive several miles.

I have been into the dealership 6 times and as many of you have said, they won't fix until they can duplicate.

I have been in touch with Chrysler. There solution was to increase my warrenty at no cost.

Please...someone tell me there is a solution or what you did to get it fixed. This has been happening since June 2012 and it is now March 2, 2013.
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Hello all you mystery wiper folks. Had a 2008 Jeep liberty I bought used in Feb. of 2009. One day the heat started going off. A few days later I came out of a meeting, pushed the button on my key to unlock the jeep and the horn blared, wipers front and back kept going, washer fluid came out, doors would not unlock. Finally had one of the men I work with open the hood and disconnect the battery. Funny thing, my dealership said it didn't happen. There were about 50 folks coming out of the same meeting that witnessed this.

I ended up buying a 2012 in March. In June the wipers went back and forth once while I was driving. Then it seemed to happen when I put the blinker on left or right. Now it happens, and i might add there is really no set pattern, but it will happen if I adjust the radio, check temp, put in a CD, use the buttons on the back of my steering wheel. Some times it happens as soon as I leave my driveway and other times I can drive several miles.

I have been into the dealership 6 times and as many of you have said, they won't fix until they can duplicate.

I have been in touch with Chrysler. There solution was to increase my warrenty at no cost.

Please...someone tell me there is a solution or what you did to get it fixed. This has been happening since June 2012 and it is now March 2, 2013.
Hey. I had the same problem and read somewhere in there that you can try to hit the horn hard, kind of punch it but not really punch it if that makes any sense. I did just that and only had the wipers come in once by themselves since I did that and it's been about 5 months now. If that doesn't work, I would have one of the mechanics from your dealership drive in the car with you until it happens again
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They got my issue fixed Monday (the day I dropped it off). I am pretty sure they replaced the entire stalk the wipers operate on. The problem was easy to replicate and they didn't question anything.
They fixed my wife's the same almost a year ago. Replacing the wiper stalk that is. Hasn't been a problem since.
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wiper and lights on.

i live in Scotland. i had a dodge nitro 2007 my window wipers worked along with the side lights even though they were not switched on i could not use my turn signals or get full beam headlights. i disconnected my battery for an hour reconnected it and every thing worked normally. i had this happen a few times and just as you say the dealers had no idea what was causing this. hence i no longer have my dodge nitro. this eems like the same problem to me. i do not have a jeep wrangler yet i am looking at getting one but this seems a bit worring as if the dealers in the us are unable to answer this problem what is the chances here in scotland. can i ask what does tipm mean? it sounds expensive.
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It's been a month since I had the TIPM replaced in my wife's 2012 Jeep Wrangler and I am happy to report that I have had NO wiper related problems.
Please save yourselves the hassles and all the crap that the service writers give you. Follow the steps in my other posts to start your case files and grab your Service Manager by the ear and sit in his office until he agree's to replace this module ( even if he tries to make you feel guilty using the words customer request or customer satisfaction) because it works !!!!!
I spent too many hours getting this fixed and I was not going to except the " We can not duplicate answer " Clear your work desk off like I did and be firm and get that TIPM replaced !!!!
I just made the call to my dealer and am going to suggest this right off the bat. I have been having wiper problems for about a month now and it seems to be getting worse. Thank you for the info, I will keep you posted!
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Had mine into he shop on many occasions for wipers randomly turning on. Along with clock losing time and AC cutting out. All is well with All the parts they changed out.
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2012 JK Wiper issues

I have been battling this exact same problem with my 2012 Wrangler Unlimited. The wipers are driving me crazy. At first they would come on periodically when I used my turn signal. Now they will come on when I am driving down the highway. I called Jeep and they gave me a case number and told me to take it back to the dealer again. (4th time). I took it in yesterday and once again the told me the same thing, "the can't re-create the problem so they can't fix it. They act like I am the only one in the world with this issue. I found this forum last night and call Jeep AGAIN. I told them that others are having this issue and there is a discussion forum. I offered to send them a link. The told me that they are calling the service manager at my local OKC Dealership today. I emailed the service manager a link to this site. A big THANK YOU to all of you for your posts. This has helped my case tremendously.
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Is anyone in a Wrangler having this problem that does NOT have a Sahara or Rubicon?

I ask because Sahara's and Rubi's have auto headlights.

Being that you can set headlights to come on with the wipers.....I wonder if something is glitching out with the headlight sensor? Just a guess....
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Happened with my 2012 Sahara. They replaced some thingamigee under the hood and that fixed it.

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