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My 1994 chevy camaro wipers wont work when activated,checked fuses & are fine

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Fairly easy to check. Make sure you are getting power to the wiper motor. If you are not getting power to the motor check and make sure you are getting power out of the multifunction switch on the column. Take the cover from around the column should have 4 screws that hold it together and 4 that hold it to the column. Find the wires from the switch and make sure you have power coming out when turned on If no power coming out of the switch while on the switch is bad, If you have power to the motor when activated the motor is bad.

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