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If i have power to one spade of four spades on a rear wiper motor connection is it possible that i have a bad relay or is the motor gone for sure

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The motor is probably bad . you can try the relay . you can do this buy switching it with another that you have . (fuel pump,abs,etc.) just make sure the # s are the same. if it still doesn't work its the motor

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