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Meriva rear boot switch not working.switch ok seliniod ok

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SOURCE: meriva no power to rear wiper relay

check fuse first then get the wire checked to see if there is any power going to it you can do this with a bulb and a couple of bits of wire connect wire put it on battery to see if bulb lights up if it does there's your circuit tester use this to see if there is power if still not there will be a break in the wire some where also make sure the earth for the motor is connected if it has one but most as long as they are bolted to body thats your earth hope this helps ivan

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