Help: 96 Caravan no front washer?

Hello,
Does anyone know where the voltage outputs from that supplies the front washer motor? I have no voltage output from the output
connector, completely dead. I traced back to the connector before it, and still nothing. Then it goes into a big harness housing and continues on. I have checked the fuses but none are labeled for this function. Unless there is one I dont see, or a fusible link. The original motor was seized up, this is how I got started on this. Replacement motor works now (out of car), but nothing is firing it up when connected. Nothing is wrong with the rear motor, but of course that is a completely different circuit.. Thanks for any info.
Bill
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Bill chances are if the motor was seized up the fuse had blown, check all fuses with a test like, your owners manual should also specify what fuse controls what circuit.
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I am now suspecting there is a thermal fuse that may be bad that is inserted in the junction block. It says that it is a dealer only servicable item, which I'm sure is not the case. Will continue to investigate.
Bill
On Mon, 05 Nov 2007 05:31:51 -0500, "damnnickname"

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Check fuse 9 in the PDC under the hood to see if it is blown. If the fuse is good you may have a problem with the BCM or the multifuntion switch. A scan tool would be needed to check the switch and BCM
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Fuse # 9 in PDC is empty, unused.
Owners manual states:
" Power windows, power locks, windshield wipers, starter relay, and engine relay are fused with self resetting fuses that are only servicable by an authorized dealer".
How hard is it to get to the one that controls the washer pump voltage outut.? I've seen them before, but cant seem to locate this one in the '96 Gd Caravan. They are usually a shiny metal color, silver or gold tint to them, and usually inserted in the junction block, but none here. Is there a secret spot for this one that is concealed?
Thanks,
Bill
On Wed, 07 Nov 2007 05:15:14 -0500, "damnnickname"

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Problem just solved. Corroded wire in connector to pump motor. Soured that I didnt see it.! Thanks for help.
Bill
On Thu, 08 Nov 2007 03:19:10 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@netzero.net (Bill) wrote:

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