Sounds good to me. I asked, because I have seen fuses that looked
good, but were still open.
The next step would be to look for 12 volts at the plug that goes into
the motor. It should be accessible under the cowling below the
windshield. You will need to take the wipers off first, then I THINK
the cowling just snaps out..
Or, you could find and replace the relay.
I looked on the FAQ maintained by Tegger and did not see anything that
exactly matched your symptom. The FAQ does mention an integrated
control unit that causes odd symptoms.
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The relay is in the fuse/relay box under the hood, a little in front of the
drivers side wiper. After finding that good, if the washer also doesn't
work, you might want to check the switch (and it's connections) before
checking the motor, especially if there is no sound at all coming from the
motor when you try it.
There is no sound at all, I've spotted the fuse box under the hood, there is
a index of the fuses, but not the relays, there are 4 -5 relays in there, I
have no idea which it is...
The washer works!!!
Thanks to all.
I've switched the relays (with matching numbers) and it did nothing...
I removed the wipers and I could see the bolts (that holds the wiper), are
moving but barely when I put the wiper on.
Now I'm pretty sure it's the motor.
I removed the cowling and found the motor, I checked for power, and one of
the 5 probes have 12V reading, it's the middle one on the bottom.
Always 12v wether or not the wipers are on.
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