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Windshield wiper won't work on my 2006 dodge magnum

My wipers don't turn on at all

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SOURCE: can't find fuse box for horn,turning signal and windshield wiper

I looked this up on WikiAnswers. Apparently the 2005 dodge magnum has 2 fuse boxes. One is under the hood on the passenger side and the other is in the trunk, next to the battery, in the spare tire storage well.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 kia wipper works but stops in the middle of the windshield

It sounds like the the circuit board has gone bad and does not know where the base is any more so it will stop at the middle or the windshield. Auto Zone should have a new board if it's replaceable like the GM products. Good luck and hope this helps, In the mean time you can always turn your wipers on and pull the fuse out when it's at the down position so it's not up.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Front Windshield wipers do not turn on

better diagnostic with scanner in body control mode there its posible to test wiper relay,motor ectr,its better than be replacing parts,

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 2006 dodge magnum and the windshield

It is only a recall when the problem has consistently been a problem across all magnums, or all dodge vehicle that have the same wiper motor. Generally unless there is a huge problem and there is a large outcry for replacement, companies do not recall items unless they post a safety hazard. Check with your dodge dealer and they should be able to tell you about any available recalls based on your vehicles vin number. Other than that it sounds like you need to purchase a new windshield wiper motor.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2007 Dodge

replace the COMBINATION SWITCH

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Make sure the battery has a strong charge and is in good condition. Use a voltmeter to get a reading if necessary.

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Connect a jumper wire between ground and the wiper motor. Turn the key on but don’t start the engine. Turn the wiper switch on. If the motor works, check for a corroded or loose ground connection.

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Turn on the car key but don’t start the engine. Turn on the wipers. Check for voltage at the wiper motor with your voltmeter. If you get a good voltage reading, turn the key off and disconnect the motor from the wiper linkage.

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Move the wiper arms by hand. If they are stuck, you have found the problem. If the wiper arms move freely by hand, go to step 5. If voltage is not reaching the motor go to step 6.

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Remove the wiper motor by disconnecting the plug and removing the bolts using a wrench or ratchet. Use a pair of jumper wires to connect the wiper motor directly to the battery. If the motor does not work, replace it.

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Turn on the key but don’t start the engine. Get a voltage reading across the wiper switch. If there is voltage, use a jumper wire to bypass the switch, if the motor works now, replace the switch, otherwise go to step 7. If there is no voltage at the switch, go to step 8.

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Check for continuity at the wire between the switch and the motor. The wire could be loose or disconnected.

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