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Wiper Motor problen

In light rain the wipers work dine. After driving in heavy rain for 30-45 minutes the wipers will stop and start repeatedly. If I stop driving and let the car set for 10-15 minutes the wipers will work fine for about 10-15 minutes before repeating the problem. Is the problem with the motor or relay? Where is th erelay located?

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Most likely this is caused by something binding or water getting inside the motor,either way it is tripping the thermal overload inside the wiper motor.

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