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check to see if your wipers work, if so then it's not a switch. Does the rear spray and wiper work also. It could be a bad washer pump located in the washer bottle, or a clogged line to your front wipers.
The "stop" function is in the motor of the wiper...remove the fuse and call it a day...You shouldn't use it anyway the rear glass is "soft" in these cars and the wiper action will damage the glass over time. Sorry :o(
Could be the Fuse!
Could be the Wiper Motor Burn't Out if Blades were frozen to windshield when turned on
Until you fix the problem you can buy RainX Wipe-On Glass Solution or Windsheild Washer Fluid which as unbelievable as it sounds will allow you to drive in the all but the worst downpours of rain without wipers!
I love the RainX Windsheild Washer Fluid and rarely use my wipers.
Check the fuses and try RainX and get back to me!
Hope this Helps!
If it is not a problem with the fuses then the window wiper motor may have given up. It should be very easy to find one from a scrap yard (cheap as well) and they are easy to replace as long as you have a couple of spanners.
Make sure you check that the fuses haven't blown first!
Hope this helps a bit, let me know if you need any further info.