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Head light wiper does not work

One of the head light wiper does not work, its park in a vertical postition, the other one works. I have checked the connector just above the headlight.

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These motors break all the time, and they are expensive to replace. Most people just unplug the motor that is affected, and loosen the wiper arm to reset it to a 'rest' position. After that it all looks normal

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