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Keep blowing fuses for the wipers, have replaced

Keep blowing fuses for the wipers, have replaced with fuse as per manual for car - keep blowing. what can be the problem.

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Get the wiper motor checked/serviced as it is likely drawing more current due either a ball bearing / bush defect or wear, or its armature is short circuiting

Posted on Oct 16, 2012

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Hi last year my wipers on my ford focus stop working change the fuse it is eep blowing. waited for 3 days then put another fuse in and it worked for eight months. and now it as happened again to me this morning after a heavy rain storm. any idea anyone.

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Your wiper motor is about to go out, if it hasen already, wiper motor pulling to many amps will cause the fuse to blow.

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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