Question about 1996 Pontiac Trans Sport
Your symptoms are typically that of a defective fuse. There are no relays for either the wipers or the washer pump and both operate off the same fuse. Check the fuse again and make sure that it is making good contact on both contacts. With the ignition on, check that you have 12 v + on one of the fuse contacts to earth, use a volt meter or a 12 volt bulb to check this. If you have power and the wipers are still inoperative you will have to start looking at wiring and the wiper/washer switch incoming power wire right from the fuse box.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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