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My daughter has a 01 vw polo ,the front wipers only work when she sprays the water to clean them, they don't work at all otherwise , any ideas what the problem is ,friend has said check the relay if not its the motor !

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Wiper switch assembly on the column itself

Posted on Oct 20, 2013

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    Margaret Mcgreene Oct 20, 2013

    Sorry so are u saying it needs a new wiper switch

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SOURCE: WIPERS STOPPED WORKING ON 99JEEP WRANGLER

what you want to do is take a test light find the electrical plug thats hooked to wiper motor, either unhook it and test the plug with switch and key on or poke in the wires and see if it lights test light, if no light then i would say its switch, if it lights than its wiper motor. I don't know of any relay for wipers.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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