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Rear wiper motor and the rear defroster and the ac quit working and all the fuses and relays look good. what could be the problem

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Is there a contact pannel in to door frame for the tail gate? if so the contact may be corroded or dirty open the tailgate and use WD40 or eqivent or a bit of aftershave on a cloth to clean up the contacts.
2 if there is a wire between the body and the tailgate check to see if its as broken with a lot of opening and closing of the tailgate this flexes the cable and maybe one of the wires has broken inside and will need replacement.

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rear wiper check list check fuse or relays or wiring last check the motor its self
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None of my wipers work. We were driving in the rain, and both the from and back wipers just quit. I did not check the fuses because they are 2 seperate fuses.


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Any way, the Wiper System Relay feeds both of the fuses which, in turn, feed the two other relays.
The primary side of this relay is controlled by the Ignition 2 circuit from the ignition switch, so the relay is energized any time the ignition switch is on. (sounds like a good way to overheat and burn up a relay to me...but who am I??? I am not an engineer, I just get paid to deal with their stupidity)

The secondary side of this relay gets its power directly from the battery...no fuses in between, just a fusiblelink. This link is not the problem because there would be a whole bunch of other stuff not working - including your engine computer.

If I were to take a guess, it would be the relay.

Let me know if this helps you. Take a moment to rate my solution this will let me, as well as other know.

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