Question about Hyundai XG300
When I see this issue it is usually a partially seized shaft where the wipers are attached. A seized pivot overworks the motor and will pop the fuse.
Remove the wiper arms. There is a plastic cap over the nuts where the wiper arms are attached. Remove those caps, then the nuts.
You can try to get some light oil to penetrate down the shafts at this point but would recommend you continue to pull the cowl off to investigate further. Not too hard to remove these.
After you remove the cowl turn on the wipers and see if you can see where it may be jamming up.Lube everything with light oil (such as transmission fluid)
If it doesn't free up you may need to replace the wiper transmission as an assembly.
Hope it frees up for you.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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