Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
There is only one fuse, remove the front wiper motor plug and check the plug for power with a volt meter set on DC 10 amp, with the key on and the front wiper motor switch on there should be 12 - 14 volts present at one of the conections inside the plug most likely the red or green wire, make sure you touch the black probe on the voltmeter to groung while checking. If no voltage is detected replace the fuse even if it is not blown, if voltage is detected replace the wiper motor, but also inspect the plug for dirty connectors clean with electrical contact spray cleaner then plug in remove plug in remove a couple times to rub off any residual corrosion.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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