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Re: 2002 intrepid wipers
Well check to hear if you hear the wiper motor working if you do look at the arm take the end cap off loosen the bolt if you here the motor running/tighten them bak up if you do not here the motor check fuse under the dash and inthe engine compartment and replace fuse or fuses/ please rate my response thank you very much
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I would start by checking fuses. If you've checked already, then the windshield washer pump has probably gone bad. The wiper motor and washer pump should be separate units. Typically the washer pump is located in the base of the washer fluid reservoir.
Sounds like you may need to change the washer fluid pump. They do go bad. It's located inside the washer fluid reservoir, which is in the front of the passenger's side wheel well, behind the front bumper.
you have two levers on the steering column, one for the lights and the dipper and the other to run the windshield wipers and also if you pull this up, it will pump up some windshield washing fluid. On a dry windshield first pull it up and release three or four times and then run the wiper blades and not on a dry glass as it will leave scratches.
Try standing outside of the vehicle and having someone press the "juice" button and listen to see if the motor is trying to spray. If it is....check to to see if you have contaminents in the windshield wiper fluid reservoir.