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If the motor is running then the fuse shouldnt be the problem, iv had problems in the past where the tensioning spring that keeps the blade against the window is too tight and has seized the wiper, turn on the wipers and lift the wipers gently and drop them back into place a few times, a few gentle nudges wont hurt, Hope this helps, Sion.
Shure there is a fuse , and check you will.
Fill some more fluid.
Check nipple with a pin for bolckage. And hose if disconected.
Is it leaking somewhere else ?
Now check Amplifier module to motor and pump of windshield wiper assembly.
Next check actuation swich at cockpit.
heck voltage at pump at reservoir.
Direct conect live voltage to pump.
Finally replace pump.
there may be a wire disconnected or a fuse that has gone bad. wiper motors are usually pretty expensive. you might be able to find it used but you also should check if they go bad a lot in that car so you dont get a used one just for it to go bad again so soon.