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I found these on a site I'm assuming they're in order from number 1
Layout Diagram Parts: Direction signal lamps, Right tail lamp, license plate lamp, instrument lights, Left tail lamp, Interior lamp, Heater motor, stop lights, Horn, windshield wiper
if the fuse is good and the wires are not broken or disconnected it may be the wiper motor is bad
I would test all the fuses, just to make sure, you also have another fuse box on the left side of the dash and the other one in engine compartment , if you have the book with the fuse box diagram them you must have the layout , it may be on another page. here is the legend for the engine fuse box, but again i would check them all.your fuse box is not labeled 123etc it is marked f1.01,f102 and so on.i will list the fuses to check. f1.04 wiper relay f1.37 wipers f1.34ignition switch
these locations are for the inside fuse box, leftside of dash. f2.07 cluster display f2.09 instrument panel f2.23 cluster,wipers
here are diagrams of the fuseboxs just in case. hope this is helpful.
Wiper motors usually do not have a relay, they are operated directly from the switch. Before you look at wiring, check the fuse, wiper motors are notoriously reliable and something like a switch will go long before the wiper motor. The fuse must be in the main fuse box. The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. To ease your search the wiper fuse it should be around 15 to 20 amps.
Sounds like a relay has blown. The relay is located in the fuse box under the dash or in the engine compartment. Both the fuse boxes should be labeled so you can locate it. If not, the owners manual should have a diagram for the fuse box under the dash. If its not the relay. the wiper motor needs to be replaced
My fuse # is 19 and it's under the back seat. Also, I fixed my constantly on wipers by replacing the entire wiper motor. I believe that the actual problem is the module but that item does not come alone and one must purchase the entire motor. The dealer priced me at $150 but I got one at Autozone for $100 with a $30 refund once I returned the old one (core), so total price was $70. Hope this helps.....
you will need a test light, use it to test for power at the motor,and also groud,if theres power and ground then motor is bad, heres a diagram i labeled the ground and power wires to test,this unit also has a module under the dash and a relay,but lets start by check for power at the motor ,thats what goes bad . the fuse is located under the dash in the fuse box,there are two more in the underhood fuse box,they are fuse # 17 and 27 a 10a and a 30amp