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WIPER FLUID LEVEL COULD BE LOW. ADD SOME MORE WIPER FLUID.IF FLUID LEVEL OKAY CHECK WIPER SPRAY NOZZLES COULD BE CLOGGED CLEAN THEM WITH A SMALL PIECE OF WIRE SMALL AS TINY PAPER CLIP WHICH CAN BE USED..
first and foremost, check that all your fuses are good. If they are, your next step would be to pull the winshield washer motor out and test it by applying 12 volts from the battery directly to the motor to see if it turns on. if it works then your problem is in the wiring, check that you are getting power to the harness when you turn it on. Now, if the motor does not work while applying battery power, then you need a new washer motor.
Winshield wipers inoperative in all switch positions:
Does your windshield washer work? Check circuit breaker in fuse panel. If it is good then you may have either a bad wiper motor or switch. If you have a volt meter check the white wire (going off 93 wiring color code) on wiper motor connector with switch in low to see if you have 12 volts. If you have 12 volts then you may have a bad wiper motor. If you don't then you may have a bad switch. Hope this helps.