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The rear wiper stopped working. I suspect that

The rear wiper stopped working. I suspect that the fuse is blowen or the motor is burnt out. I would like to try and replace the suse first. Where is the fuse for the rear wiper in a sv6 montana?

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The fuse for the rear wiper is located in the interior fuse panel on the passenger door side of the dash. It is the 3rd one down from the top in the left column (#3) and it is a 15 amp.

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