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I have a 2001 durango r/t. The front and rear windshield wipers and the radio controls on the steering wheel all quit functioning at the same time. Does anyone know if these are on the same fuse or could my problem be something else?

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  • heathdvorak May 10, 2010

    I checked the fuses and all appear fine. I replaced the 20A fuse you suggested and still nothing. I can see the radio controls and the front wipers going at the same time since they are both in the column/steering wheel. The rear wipers i don't understand though!!

  • heathdvorak May 11, 2010

    All of the fuses are good. Are there relays or modules that could be the culprit?

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Yes its the same fuse... Its normally the acc fuse located in the fuse box under the hood. In some vehicles it may be under a diff fuse. But they are all under one fuse...

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Windshield wipers front - controlled by Fuse #5 20A

Check it first.

Thanks!!

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Purchase a test light,they are cheap,and easy to use,clip the end of the test light to a good known ground,turn the key on,turn the headlights on,then touch the tip f the test light to one side of a fuse,then the other side of the fuse,if the test light lights up,on both sides of the fuse,then the fuse is good,if it only lights up on one side of the fuse,then the fuse is blown.If the fuse does not light up the test light at all,then the fuse has no current due to a fault in the circuit,or the fuse is not being used at that moment,or at all.If all fuses check good,then the body control module would be at fault.

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