Thanks for the info..i will do it this weekend.Fixed it, sorry, it was cold and wet so I couldn't take any pictures, I found the problem for me was the motor. First you have to remove the wiper arms and the plastic trim that covers the bottom half of the windshield, now you don't have to remove the motor but you can if you want. (Its easier if you leave the motor in the car) Take a short #2 Philips head screwdriver and remove the 4 screws holding the black cover on the motor (remove the plug first). now you need a small flathead to pry the motor open. it has some black silicone type glue holding it together or to keep moister out. be sure to put some sealant to keep water out. Now you have a greased gear box with two copper connectors touching the big gear in the middle. That's where it makes contact to complete the circuit so the motor should shut off, but since the contacts don't go down all the wipers keep going non-stop. Now you're going to need a pair of needle nose pliers to bend the middle of the copper contact in the gear box. you need to lift gently the contact bend the contact towards the gear with the pliers. the put some of the extra grease inside over the line where the it makes contact. put back together and viola FIXED. I hope this helps somebody out there.