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My wiper blades were stuck to the wind screen.I lifted one off the screen, they wiped once, now they don't wipe. The fuse is ok. I hear the relay for the intemittent function, but no action from motor. I can not move the wipers manually.This relates to a Kangoo 2002 diesel van

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Good day, well you may have a wiper motor problem for everything seems to be ok. try to get a new one. hope this one helps.have a nice day

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