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Bad pump, check fuse box under hood, look in owners manual

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Rear windshield wiper and wiper fluid stopped working

sounds like a wire ws loose and finally fell off, check to see that it is plugged in at the motor. there is a fuse, manual will tell you which one and if no manual it may list it on the fuse cover. if the motor is bad it would still squirt fluid so as both are not working it probably isn't the wiper motor.

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Where is the fuse for the windshield wipers in a mercury sable 2002?

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The rear wiper on my 2004 GMC Yukon quit working and about two weeks later the rear defrost quit working too. I have checked the fuses and they are ok. Any suggestions?

Same as with all vehicle issues

Check the fuses

Then get out the Wiring Diagrams & get familiar with the
system & pick a test point, or start taking things apart, to get
to the motor or your test points,the most logical part to
have possibly failed

No one can do that for you or tell you what the problems are

Always need a vehicle to test

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My wipers quit

According to me it's just the fuse.
Open the hood and search for the fuses on the right, they are in a plastic box.
Now if you have opened it on the inner side oft the box there is a little drawing which is the wiper fuse. Try to change it even if you don't see it burned out. Hope this is the problem.

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Wipers stopped working, changed motor, control arm and fuses, wipers still not working, changed to other fuses and now car wont go past first gear, before i change the fuse it was driving fine now my...

It is almost a sure thing that you have put a lower amperage fuse in a higher amperage socket.
To verify, look at the fuse box cover, it usually has a legend of what fuse goes where, and what the amperage is.
Make sure that you put 15A fuses in 15A slots etc.
Also make sure that the fuses are not burned out, look for the little piece of metal that make the connection, and make sure its intact.

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2011 Sorento. Winshield washer was working great. It ran out of fluid and cluster light alerted me it was low. Refilled fluid, but only spurts came out the spouts. The pump can be heard working, but acts...

When it ran out of fluid... as it was gasping for its very last drop of wiper fluid to purge, it was sucking up all of the garbage at the bottom of the wiper fluid bucket and now, is partially clogged. There may also be some debris in the wiper line.
Once you get those two cleaned out properly, make sure it shoots correctly and if not, you will have to remove the debris from the wiper output ports near your window.

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Sounds like you may need to change the washer fluid pump. They do go bad. It's located inside the washer fluid reservoir, which is in the front of the passenger's side wheel well, behind the front bumper.

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