First snow of the year, and my '95 Wrangler's blower died.
I got off work at about 530 AM, started up, went to scrape the ice, got back in and it fired up for a few seconds. Then there was a click, and nothing. No high speed, low, nothing. I made it to the gas station and saw that the fuse was blown. Replaced it, but it still won't work. COLD drive home.
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is the window snow or ice covered? if so, you'll need to scrape the snow or ice off of it. the wiper blade may only have frozen to the glass. after windows clear,try picking up wiper away from the glass and then turn it on. use your rear defroster to keep this from ocurring again. if none of this works, check for blown fuse under the dash. if this works,please accept my soltion and thank you for choosing fixya.com
is there snow or ice on window? if so, scrape the window clear of snow with a broom or ice scaper,and of course if it's ice use the scraper. your wiper blades may have simply frozen to your wind sheild, try lifting up on each one to free it them up. you may have to lift your hood up to get to them if they're recessed down below the hood. after you've lifted them up and down twice,turn them on. they should work then and never pour warm water on your windows to clear ice or snow,they can explode.if this does'nt work then check you fuse panel inside the car for a blown wiper fuse. thank you for choosing fixya.com and also if this helps please accept my solution. thank you!
i was having the same problem with my 95 jeep rio grande. i replaced , rotor and cap, sparkplug wires, sparkplugs, pick up plate, ignition coil. come to find out my ecu/ecm was bad . i replaced it and i havent had a problem since.
You may have gotten some snow it the connector for the TCM ( transmission control Module) computer for the transmission, or you may have pulled a wire off from the bottom of the vehicle check for any loose wiring harness connectors on the Transmission.
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