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Check your fuses Instead of wasting time searching for the exact location, remove each fuse 1 by 1, and replacing them as you go so you don't mix them up. If you have any blown fuses, you will find it in under 30 seconds. If you don't know the difference between a good vs blown fuse, ill post a picture to help you identify.
There's no need to remove the fuse to change wiper blades.
If there are electrical problems the fuse locations are driver's bottom left near steering wheel, and under the hood. Under the hood is the ipdm located on the passenger side near the alternator. More fuses can be found beside the battery.
If your wiper motor runs but wipers don't move, the linkage is disconnected.
There is a Fuse for the Wipers on the Box inside the Car. There actually could be one in the Relay Fuse Box under the Hood also. This box Shoud be on the Drivers Side up torwards the Firewall of the Car.