I intend to just use the new motor from the wiper assembly I received.
Wiper fuse keeps blowing - repair shop says there isn't a problem... I pulled my keys, made sure the wiper switch was off and installed another fuse, inserted my key and turned the ignition on and off and then re-checked the fuse, it was still good. Electrical components are not working Inspection.
You can purchase the fuse at any auto parts. Originally Posted by mikelr View Post.
Trace it back to the fuse block. Problem solved! Thanks everyone. What is the best way to check? Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
Mar 19, 2003 Posts: Just use a paper clip. If that doesn't help, I would just replace the wire instead of trying to find the short.
Good on you! Thanks for the info in advance. By a68cudas in forum CUCV.
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Old 11-23-2012, 09: Aug 12, 2000 Posts: Jan 14, 2000 Posts: This will verify that the arm assembly is moving freely and not jamming. Auritania Ars Praefectus Registered: Simply had to message it back down, no issues since, didn't even have to remove the motor. Thread starter Clack Start date Sep 20, 2012. Old 12-15-2012, 03: