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Winshield wipers not working, due to snow removal

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Ok, If wipers were frozen to windshield at one point, it is possible to either blow fuse or burn out motor. The motors used on Jeeps are pathetic... sometimes unable to run on a dry windshield unless water is sprayed on it! Same goes for wiper transmission... If you moved it by hand, you can bend or otherwise damage it, but that is less frequent! Check fuse, relay and motor for power (in that order) and you will likely find the problem.if you haven't already!!!

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