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That fuse also powers the even fuel injectors .
EVEN COILS Fuse
Even Ignition Coils and Even Fuel Injectors.
I would tell you to disconnect the fuel injectors an install a new fuse to see it blows then , if not shorted injector . If still blows then disconnect all the even coils an install a new fuse , if it doesn't blow then hook up coils one at a time till it blows ! Shorted coil same for the injectors . If the fuse still blows with all the coils an injectors disconnected , there is a short in the main B+ circuit for those components .
really?! the water pump?! the water pump has nothing to do with your wipers it is part of the COOLING system. as for your issue...it could be a short in the wiper/signal arm in the steering column, or it could be the motor in your washer fluid bottle. the motor is what pushes the fluid through to your windshield and if its gone bad it will blow your fuses as well. i would start with the washer fluid reservoir motor and go from there
you have a short, thats what killed them in the first place and sound like the very thing keeping them from working, this is the first thing i would assume is the issue, too much power, short circuit, wrong fuse try this stuff and let me know if it works and if not i have a bunch more solutions to try, process of elimination
Does the fuse blow as soon as you turn on the switch? Or do the wipers operate for a bit then the fuse blows? Will the wipers work in intermittent mode? Can you move the wipers by hand? Unless other wiring work has been done (eg radio replaced) I suspect the wiper motor is toast.
You have a short. Find out what the fuse powers. (As an example, if it's for the auxilary power point, or lighter, remove it and try the fuse again. Or...if the wiper fuse is blowing, unplug the wiper motor harness and try it, if it doesn't blow, the motor is the issue.)