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do u mean the powertrain control module? if so it is located on the l/h side under the cabin filter housing. remove wiper arms, windscreen plastic scuttle panel, metal brace bar, caution. the 4 outer bolts can break off easily. and cabin filter housing , the module is held with 2 nuts remove connectors and nuts the module then comes out from inside the car remove footwell liner for access
Sounds to me like the wiper motor may have burnt out. First thing to do is chack your fuse panel if they are all ok consult your manual for the location of the relay if again this is fine you will need to replace the motor. Was the windscreen completely covered? If so I dare say your problem will be the motor
Have to first remove the plastic cover under the windshield wipers in order to have access to the cabin air filter. It is held together by plastic expansion plugs and four torx bolt covered by rectangular cover. Then remove the windshield wiper and presto air filter.
I have solved the problem of the intermittent windscreen wipers not working. It did turn out to be the relay (R1 - engine compartment fuse box). As the main wipers continued to work it seemed unlikely to be this relay. However the relay has a number of connections and different wiper operations use these different connections. I discovered the solution by using relay R19 (heater blower) as this is the same type. It can be found in the passenger compartment fuse box. It worked. Also the blower still works with the old wiper relay as it seems to use only the same part of the relay as the main wipers did. However, I will replace this one just to be on the safe side. Hope this is useful.