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Fuse for wipers keep blowing
The motor to the wipers may be burning out. when a motor from the wiper starts to go bad it pulls more amps. You can try to disconnect the wiper motor and see idf the fuse does not blow. If you disconnect the wiper motor and see the fuse does not blow this may be a sign the motor is bad. Replace it and all should be well. P.S. if you remove the motor and the fuse still blows it may be there is a short some where in the electrical system of the switch to the wiper system.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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