Normally its a fuse. Check your owner's manual to find where the fuses are and which one is related to the 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.
Yes, there is a fuse for the windshield wipers on a Subaru. It can be found in the fuse box of the car.
If they don't work replace the fuse even if it looks good wipers will freeze to window and fuse will blow
The 2000 Hyundai fuse for the windshield wipers can be found in the fuse box. The windshield wiper fuse will be in the second column, second from the top.
I believe it s a relay
Windshield wipers don't have fuses
in the fuse box under the dash on the drivers side.
When purchasing windshield wipers that work intermittently, they can be any windshield wipers that are the correct size. The ability to work intermittently is a wiring/fuse ordeal. This does not play a part in the selection of windshield wipers that you choose from.
Yes all windshield wipers have a fuse. There should be a diagram in the fuse box and the users manual.
Fuse number 53 (rear wiper) and 68 (front wipers)