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There are atleast 2 fuse boxes in most vehicle's one in the cab typically under the dash somewhere and one in the engine compartment the exact layout of the fuses and relay's in this boxes depends on the make and model of the car but diagrams detailing the layouts can be found in the owners manual. Good luck
Some cars have these included with accessories. If your other accessories work, then your windshield wiper motor requires replacement. Otherwise, read the inside cover of the fuse box the symbol for windshield wipers looks like a windscreen with two wiper blades on it.
It might be either switch itself or wiper relay.
Ufortunatly I don't know location of the relay.
You can actually find relay by noise , put the switch on intermittent position and see where the cliking coming from.
Usually on the back of the cover for the fuse compartment, there is a discription of what each fuse is for,and what location.When you find the one for windshield wipers, it will probably abbreviated, hold cover up to fuse compartment, and compare it to the fuse. There is also a fuse compartment under the hood.If the fuse is good, then either a bad ground, bad motor, or switch.