Ouch, what a pain. Silly question, but did you check the polarity of the battery? The other thing to check would be fuses. You have to watch out when you connect the battery terminal, that spark can cause damage. It is best to use a resistor to prevent the spark. Those 2 things are really the only things I can think of.
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the wiper motors are relatively easy to replace, the issue is getting to it. the motors are usually encased and you have to remove the bolts and the motor just slides out and you can drop the other one in. be sure you have all the proper tools to do it.
I would try using an electronic cleaner on the pot(s) to see if that helps. Many times either the surface of the coil, the wiper, or both become contaminated with excessive residue and fail as you describe. Shaking it or moving it quickly sometimes removes enough of the contamination for it to temporarily function again. But if you clean all of the gunk off, it will work like new. Try this inexpensive Radio Shack product. If it doesn't fix the problem, you'll need to replace the pot.
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have you checked wiper fuse? start simple get a 12v light tester and open up cowl to access wiper motor then check if power is getting to wiper motor if isnt check and replace fuse, if persists replace wiper relay, then check to see if power is getting to wiper motor if it is and still no wipers you need wiper motor its simple start at fuse check it then move to relay check it and move to wiper motor check it and your done!
near the fuses usually there is series of relays they are usually square black boxes with three or 4 pins that just push in the wipers use one of these try swapping the wiper relay for one of the other relays some times wiper motors throw in the towel which i hope it isnt the case try the relay first good luck glenn..
Disconnect all speaker wires from the speaker terminals of the amp and disconnect signal cables from the amp. If it powers up normally, the wiring and speakers need to be checked. If it still shuts down, the amp likely has blown output transistors.
Initially what can be suggested is to try and redo the fuse insertion again but wiggle them a bit when installed. It might also be of help if you spray the insertion points or fuse clips with an electronic contact cleaner prior to reinserting the fuses. In some instances, the fuse clip/holder need to be manually scraped for corrosion or grime/dirt. It is also possible that a wire might have been dislodged that leads to the wiper motor.