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The fuse for my 85 LeSabre tail lights blow on contact as soon as I put it in also my wipers won't work the motor makes noise, but they won't move.

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Your wiper linkage has come apart or broke, you will have to take shroud on top of wipers and take alook

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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GM usually puts the Fuse Diagram in the Back of the Owners Manual.

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SOURCE: fuse blows for wiper as soon as i turn on the wiper switch

If you can remove connector to wipers, do it, then turn them on and see what happens. If fuse blows, it's most likely a short in wiring harness, if it doesn't, then most likely the motor. Does it attempt to move at all, before it blows? Look for bad or bare wire in harness as well.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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This would indicate a sudden surge or increase of current flow either from a short or an increased load. I would still suggest to double check the wiring of the lights, check the wiring of their switches wither from the brake or the light itself. As for the load in the lighter, it should belong to another circuit and if ever is the cause of the surge it should blow a different fuse.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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You need to remove the transmission inspection cover under the torque convertor and also the bolts the hold the motor mounts together so you can jack the front of the engine up about 3 inches so the oil pan will slide out. You also need to take off the starter. Hope this helps.

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