Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
I had some chunks of ice trapped under the windshield -- which were impeding the windshield wiper blades from working -- but I didn't realize the wipers were turned on. I shut the wipers off and cleared the ice, but now the wipers don't work. I can hear the motor whir -- but the wipers won't go up and down. Is it a blown fuse or a blown wiper motor? My pocket book hopes it's a blown fuse -- but I can't open the fuse box under the hood. Does anybody know how to open the fuse box?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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