On my 87 Comanche, Interior of the Cab drivers side fuse box long silver circuit breaker at the bottom of the fuse box. By long I mean rectangular as opposed to round. It is a circuit breaker not a fuse that controls the Wipers.
No. There is not a "fuse" for the wipers. There is, however, a "circuit breaker" located in the fuse box under the the driver's side of the dash. Part # D9AZ 14526C.
It has no circuit breakers. It has fuses, and fusable links. Unless GM made changes from 1990-1995... ...the owner's manual for my 1990 Camaro RS shows circuit breakers. Also, it says the wipers are protected by fuse, and circuit breaker. Myself, I have been trying to locate this circuit breaker, but can't get any answer from anyone telling me the location.
It is a 4.8 amp 12 volt circuit breaker for the windshield wipers
Bad ground? How do i check this? See if you are getting power to motor? How? Circuit breaker?
Wipers normally use a breaker, not a fuse.
There isn't a reset for the wipers.
I'm pretty sure the washer uses the same fuse circuit as the wipers. Their fuse is in the glovebox power center behind a hinged cover.
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
Most vehicle use a auto re-setting breaker for wipers May be in power distribution box under hood Most vehicle use a auto re-setting breaker for wipers May be in power distribution box under hood
figured it out on my own since no one here was able to help. the pulse board(circuit board bolted directly onto the wiper moter) has an internal relay that is sticking. i replaced the circuit board.
Ok it was the "turn signal" or "multi-switch" the switch that controls wipers,turn signal,brights and dims ect. it was pretty easy to replace and was about $60.00.AnswerDoes it have automatic headlights? If so, it may be the sensor. It could also be a circuit breaker. Many headlight circuits do not use a fuse, instead they use a circuit breaker so that you won't get stranded without headlights. If it's a circuit breaker problem, you may have lights that are drawing too much current for the breaker, on the other hand, it could also be a faulty breaker... assuming that you have a circuit breaker in that vehicle. You may need to do a little research, either at your local library or at the dealership. Sometimes a dealer mechanic will give you a little information so that you can perform some of the more simple repairs yourself.
by introducing resistors in the circuit
The head lights and windshield wipers are protected by a circuit breaker (no fuse required) Sorry I have know idea where the circuit breaker is, never looked for it. It might be that you're wiper motor is bad. I have never herd of a breaker going bad. To test it run a hot right from you're battery to the input on the wiper motor. It maybe the switch I have had them go bad. You can't just put a toggle switch on it because it is a two speed motor it will not work.
Check your fuse block or circuit breaker first, then turn wiper switch on and check for power at wiper motor, if the fuse/breaker is ok and you have power to motor, motor may be seized. listen for humming from motor, if none of above follow tech manual for testing wiper switch,or short to ground
Windshield wipers should be replaced every 6,000 miles. The windshield wipers should be any of the following sizes: 93-01, 94, 95, or 96.
My wipers would only work on high. we replaced the signal lever which works the wipers too. i did get my mechanic to do it because it was'nt as easy as the parts store said it was. try replaceing the wiper pulse relay board under driver side dashboard
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.
If the windshield wipers are beyond repair, they may be replaced. If they are only slightly damaged, they can be fixed such as gluing the rubber attachment.
check the fuses and relays
there is an intermediate wiper conrtoler . This is a small printed circuit inside the wiper motor unit. Threre are 2 small copper contact arms that run on a small disc sencor to raed ihe intrval at wich the wipers are working at. The contact tip is worn off and must be replaced circuit and all. Around 65.00 Can.
It's located in the fuse box under the steering column- The wiper fuse is on the bottom center of fuse box. The fuse is silver made of aluminum and oblong 1/2" long. It's a dealer item only! The above answer is spot on for Jeep Cherokees too. The front wipers on my 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo completely stopped working the other day. I just replaced the 4.8 amp aluminum "circuit breaker" (Owners Manual page 109, item # 15) with one of the three I got from a parts yard (very inexpensive) yesterday. All three work perfectly and the wipers are back in action (with the two spares now stored in a zip lock bag in the center console, along with replacement fuses, bulbs and the owners manual).
Your wiper motor may be having problems. The click in the fuse box is probably a self-resetting circuit breaker that trips after a short time.
If your 1997 Chevy pickup wipers and washer pump are not working, you might actually have to replace the pump motor or the wiper motor, or both. These motors are not expensive to replace and can be purchased at most auto parts stores.