Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Fuse #7 in instrument panel fuse block
May also be the relay, the switch or the motor itself
Hopefully this helps
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
Testimonial: "thanks Evan...the fuse WAS blown but it still does not work. Maybe the switch or motor, like you said. Incidentally, the defrost is also not working..."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rear Windshield Wiper Problems
Check the wiper motor connection if its touching anything and loose it will automatically ground out and check at connection make sure you put some gel and then snap it in/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
There are three possible points of failure; the motor, the parking switch, and finally the switch that turns it on.
Obviously, the motor is located in the hatch itself but also there will be a parking switch that supplies power to the motor after the user switch is turned off and until the blade is in the park position. The user switch is of course located on the dash or in a stalk on the steering column.
To find the culprit (and for future use around the home and cars), I recommend that everyone should own a cheap digital multimeter. They are available from Radio Shack and auto parts stores for under $20 US and if you have a Harbor Freight Tool store in your area, for under $10 US.
This will give you the means to check for voltage at the motor and/or continuity of it. You should be able to eliminate the items that are working in 20 or 30 minutes.
These meters come with a simple Chinglish instruction sheet that will give you the basics in case you are not familiar with them.
You probably won't avoid opening up the inside panel(s) to gain access for your tests.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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