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I recently purchased this vehicle and mostly everything works... lights, windows etc. But the wipers dont work at all.. not the fuse. what should i check next?

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I would check to see if you are getting power to the wiper motor. If not, the switch maybe bad. If you are getting power to the motor, the motor maybe bad.

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