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Back windshield wiper stuck

The back windshield wiper is stuck upright. It acts like it's froze solid in that position. Very Annoying

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  • mhathaway Apr 14, 2009

    Checked the fuse, Is the motor right there where the wiper is? I'm not a car person (just a mom trying to make a living, so have to do what I can myself) But if it's the motor, can I order it on line and replace it myself? Not sure how to check the relay?

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Did you check the relay?
The Fuse?
After that it could be the motor.

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  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    ok Look in all fuse panels for anything pertaining the back wiper. The relays are usaully a silver or black square.

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    you can fix this yourself. It is located in the rear panel right where the arm enters the vehicle.

  • Jimmy James Apr 14, 2009

    u there

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