The wiper motor relay is in the box, built on the wiper motor.
Yes, there is a relay. With the intermittent wipe/washer etc it is all quite complex. I have a wiring diagram for the 1999 (European) Passat but I expect that your Mexican version is nearly identical. Post a contact email/hotmail address and I will upload the pdf file for you. This bulletin was originally from a Russian site which has sadly disappeared. Regards
The fuel injection relay of a 1995 Volkswagen Passat is found in the engine bay. Located near the firewall, the relay can be seen mounting in front master cylinder.
big relay with numbers 377 controls wipers and works as main supply for others like windows sunroof ignition and starter.....
the relay is part of the wiper motor assembly. if the fuses are good, and there is voltage at the motor, then you must replace the motor
Check the fuse and the relay.
Check the wiper motor itself. The self-parking cam can wear out, keeping the circuit connected indefinitely. There will be a fuse in the fuse box you can pull to make the wipers stop until you get the parts (the wipers won't work at all).To check the motor, turn the wipers off and disconnect the plug from the motor. Check the voltage at the plug. Only one wire should be hot. Next, turn the wipers on high. A second wire should be hot now. If you have two hot wires with the switch off, you need a relay (in the relay box) or a new wiper switch. But usually the motor is the problem.
The wipers motor has a tendency to become filled with water and short out the internal computer board causing it to malfunction.
Its not relay, its a known problem with the corsa. I had it. It's the motor, get a one from eBay and fit it. Lift bonet, remove plastic cover and wipers and it's under that cover on the bulk head. It took me 1 1/2 hrs and i am no macanic
The windshield wiper relay switch can be found in the engine compartment on the firewall. The relay switch will be next to the windshield wiper motor.
You either have a bad relay, wiper motor, or bad switch.
Bad ground? Bad relay?
I would run a jumper wire direct to the wiper motor to see if it powers up. If no power, motor is shot.
there are three things it could be a fuse, relay, or the wiper motor itself
The front blower motor relay is located in the fuse panel by your left knee. When you remove the cover, you will find a fuse block and 5 relays on the right of the fuse panel. The front blower relay is the last relay on the bottom
It won't have a relay. Usually it is the switch, or the fan motor that goes bad.
If the windshield wipers work when pushing the lever down but not when they are turned on all the time, the problem could be in the wiper motor relay switch. There are two different relay switches for the windshield wipers, so that if the one fails a person can still clear the windshield manually.
If the windshield wipers are not working on a 1990 Chevy Lumina, the problem could be with the wiper motor, the wiper motor relay, or a fuse. The least expensive fix to this problem will be replacing the fuse if it is blown.
The wiper relay is actually built into the wiper motor. Horrible design. Why do you ask? You cant turn off your wipers?
Read you owner's manual! to answer your question there is one fuse and one relay associated with the windshield wipers. The FUSE is in your passenger compartment fuse box. It is fuse #19, with a rating of 7.5 and it is Brown. This fuse is called Windshield wipers (circuit breaker). The RELAY associated with the windshield wiper is also in the main fuse box in the passenger compartment. It is R15, a GREEN Relay and it is the Windshield wiper motor relay. I hope this will be of use to you.
Behind fuse box, put your hand through the top gap and it's second
I'm guessing no. I'm thinking the relay was located within the wiper motor for the 93 Rangers. Other model years may be different.
it could either be a fuse a relay or the wiper motor may have broken/worn out. s autos
Failure of the windshield wipers on your Audi coupe can be linked to only a few possible causes. The first being that the motor that drives the wipers has failed and needs replacing. If the motor is good check all electrical connections for the motor and be sure it's properly grounded and receiving power. If the problem isn't the motor itself or the connections check to see if you have blown a fuse or fuse relay for the motor as this is the last of three possible causes of the failure.
Hey Maria==I don't think it has a relay. It should have a fuse and I thiink it has a circuit breaker in the motor. Check ALL of the fuses.Good luck Joe