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The wipers stopped working on all settings. I checked and replaced the fuses but still not working. Wipers still work on "wash and mist" setting. Tried to locate more information if it is a relay or the switch. Which is it? Is there something wrong with the switch and how do I get to it to fix it? Or is it a relay?

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  • susanrae1170 Nov 28, 2008

    Mine quit one day also. I have to hold the lever down manually and it only goes one speed - too fast.

  • Andres Mar 14, 2012

    Hello I have the same issue going on. What was the final soultion? Its not the fuse and I cant find the relay. Does anyone know where it is?

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If the fuse was blown then chances are the wiper motor is shorted and needs to be replaced.

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