Check your fuses. The wiper fuse may be blown.
Look at the fuses behind the glove box.
no blown fuses. and I have changed most all of the relays
Check your fuse panel in your vehicle to see if a fuse is blown. Fuses are very inexpensive and an easy fix! good luck!
check for blown fuses
It's probably a faulty keyswitch.
check your fuse box for blown fuses
Sounds like a blown fuse. Your owner's manual is the best place to locate your fuse box(es) and identify your fuses. Don't rule out that your issue is being caused by a bad bulb too - so check fuses and bulbs. See sources and related links below for bulb information.
Normally its a fuse. Check your owner's manual to find where the fuses are and which one is related to the wipers.
Could be blown fuses, a blown relay, there may be a short in the circuit(s) somewhere... could be a number of reasons.
Fuses may be blown/missing.
I don't know specifically but there is almost never a large number of fuses in a car. It wouldn't hurt to check them all because any blown fuse would need to be replaced.
The most common reason that your dash lights and taillights are not working on your Pontiac Grand Am is blown fuses. Replace the fuses.
either your screen has gone out or your fuses have blown. hope this helped : )
Yes they do
Generally, if the motor is working on windshield wipers, the problem is electrical. Check the fuses and the wiring to see if something needs replaced.
Could be a bad controller or multiple blown fuses. Check the fuses first. I had a 95 Ford Ranger that had a bad controller and the wipers, interior lights, fuel gage, and temperature gauge would all act up randomly.
"The fuses are good." Well, your odometer certainly isn't.
Radio in 1990 Lexus LS400 stopped working, possible answer?
Have you checked the fuses for the wipers? It may be that simple.
Windshield wipers don't have fuses
Wipers normally use a breaker, not a fuse.