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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check under the dash on the drivers side for two relays,one controls wipers and blower fan,probably corroded.good luck
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
As long as the fuse is ok i think the problem is a seized motor, iv repaird two of these for this reason.
Take the wiper arms off spay wd-40 into the spindals and let it soak in, then remove the platic pannel at the top of the bulk head in the engine bay where you will see the motor. once you are in use the thin pipe on the wd-40 and spray behind the main spinal that drives the motor. Now put your wipers arms back on and set speed at its lowest setting and assist them with there motion.
If this is the problem then they should work free but make shure you lubricate every so often.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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