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Wipers and pump motor don't work

I need a fuse or relay diagram so i know where to look for the power supply.

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NO YOU DON'T LOOK IN YOUR OWNERS MANUEL UNDER FUSES OR GO TO A PARTS STORE AND BUY A REPAIR MANUEL FOR AROUND $9,95. OR LOOK IN YOUR ENGINE COMPARTMENT FOR A BLACK PLASTIC BOX/ALSO UNDER THE STEERING WHEEL BY THE WALL/ALSO SOME HAVE FUSES PANELS WHEN YOU OPEN THE DRIVERS DOOR ON THE SIDE OF THE DASH.

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Go to your local car dealer to get a diagram for free. If this is helpful, please post as such.

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Thank you for writing all the info needed and the problem to make it easy for me to help you,this problem may be a motor but as like you i dont think the washer and sensor and motor would go out, i have enclosed pictures of the fuse boxes you will need to check, this car has four of them, you will first check the fuse, theres a 30amp fuse located in the engine compartment, you will locate the fuse which controls the wiper module, if theres no power to this module nothing will work, check fuse at location F-17 this will be a 30amp fuse for the wiper module. the diagram will show you the fusebox location and the fuse location, the next place is behind glovebox theres another fuse/relay box, theres a picture of that box also, you will be looking for postion F-48this is the relay for the wipermotor, you will need to swap another relay with the wiper relay to test it.good day and hope this is helpful.johnjohn2_9.pngjohnjohn2_10.png

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If I were to take a guess, it would be the relay.

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Here's the list and link for the fuse locations.

Fuse/Relay Locations on 1996 VW Cabrio.

Fuses, left to right:
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2. Head light, low beam, right
3. Instrument & License plate lights
4. Glove box light
5. Wiper/washer
6. Fresh air fan
7. Tail light & side marker, right
8. Tail light & side marker, left
9. Rear window defogger
10. Fog lights
11. High beam & indicator, left
12. High beam, right
13. Horn
14. Backup lights
15. Open
16. Dash warning lights
17. Emergency flasher & turn signals
18. Fuel pump
19. Radiator fan & AC
20. Brake lights & cruise control
21. Interior lights & digital clock
22. Radio & cigarette lighter

Relays

1. AC
2. Rear window wiper
3. Digilant control unit
4. Load Reduction
5. Open
6. Emergency flasher
7. Fog lights
8. Intermittent wiper
9. Seat belt warning
10. Open
11. Horn
12. Fuel pump
13. Radiator cooling fan
14. Starting interlock
15. Open
16. Open
17. Open
18. Daytime running lights
19. Auto trans
20. Open
21. AC & power seats
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If your washer motor works there is power in the circuit and ground.
The wiper motor housing needs to be grounded.
If neither one works check for power on the green wire leading into the motor. If nothing there your switch may be bad.
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http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c227/Kiltylake/Wiper.gif

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