What an idot. It is above the fuse box on the pass. side. Which is gotten to by removing the fuse box panel. Two hex heads and a metal clamp washer inside the fuse box door. The steel 20amp fuse lowest to the floor is the one.
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At the base of the arm where it attaches to the drive stub, you should see a "L" tab made of stainless steel. that tab swings out, disengaging the arm. you then need to pull and wiggle the arm a bit to get it free from the stub. When you put it back on, make sure you swing the tab back in or the arm will fall off later.
You should check your fuses first. What may of happened is that the wiper motor could be frozen if the wiper arms are frozen in ice. Another thing that may of happened is that the wipers were used to clear the windshield instead of clearing it manually. When that is done if there is too much snow or it is a heavy snow the wiper motor will burn up or go bad due to the fact that it does not have enough power to do such things.
Do your blinkers and your back windshield wipers work? It's either electrical or mechanical. Turn them on and poke around to see if you hear the motor doing anything. If you hear it, it's probably a broken linkage. If not, start with the fuses and work from there.
It's possible that by unplugging the battery and then plugging it back it, the fuse for the wipers received an electrical surge, blowing it. Consult your manual to see where the fuse for your model is and check to see if it's blown.