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1984 S10 wipers will not work.

Fuse is good, can't find any wiring breaks, wipers will not work. Is there another fuse block? Thanks

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  • twostreams Nov 04, 2008

    I found the problem my self but maybe will help others by posting the solution in this case. One of the mounting bolts for the wiper motor has a grounding washer on it that contacts the housing. There was corrosion in this area, once cleaned it worked fine.

  • StarKeeper May 11, 2010

    have you checked the vaccuum lines that run to it?

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Use a 12 volt tester an check the wires at the motor if you have power there than its probably your wiper motor

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