Question about 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager
It all started when i had a large load of snow on the windshield and i turned the motor on and the wipers were on. They worked a few times but then stopped. I replaced the fuse and it instantly blew.
If the wiper motor is burned out does the fuse consistantly blow? Or could there be a short in the wiring and the stress from the snow just accelerated the short?
Appreciate any help you can give me, im going to go tinker with it now.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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