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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi my name is Allen!
When the fuse for the wipers keeps blowing, that means either the motor has a dead short within it and must be replaced, or the wiring going to the motor is damaged and shorting out on the vehicle body somewhere and must be repaired.
Here is how you check it; replace the blown fuse, unplug the connector from the wiper motor, then turn the key on if the fuse does not blow then you need to check the wiring to the motor if the wiring is not damaged anywhere replace the wiper motor.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: washer fuse blowing
OK guys. How cold is it where you are, and do you have
1. headlight washers as well
2. The right mix of screenwash/ water for your system
If not, check that you washer bottle has not frozen, blocking the pump and causing a system overload.
Also, check that the headlight washers (if they pop up from the bumper) are not frozen to the bumper body (it doesn't take much - try warming them with a hairdryer).
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
The relay is not your problem or it would blow wheather or not the heater motor was plugged in or not if it was shorted,you need a new heater motor.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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