Where is the back windshield wiper fuse located?

The location of the windshield wiper fuses can be found in the passenger compartment. They are under the left side of the steering wheELRight under the dash. If you notice your windshield wipers not working, it’s a good idea to check on the fuses to see if they haven’t blown.

Which fuse is the wiper fuse?

Locate the windshield wiper fuse

The wiper fuse is usually located in the fuse box inside the passenger cabin. However, it is sometimes located in the underhood fuse box. Refer to your owner’s manual for the exact location. Or, look here to see if I’ve posted a list of fuse locations for your vehicle.

How do you change a rear wiper fuse?

Is there a windshield wiper fuse?

Before the wiper motor goes bad, you will probably experience a blown wiper fuse, which is intentional. The fuse is designed to be the circuits weak spot, which protects the wiper motor. Essentially, if your vehicle’s wiper motor is being overloaded, the fuse will blow to ensure the motor does not become damaged.

Why does my windshield wiper fuse keep blowing?

Interference. Another reason for a blown fuse for your windshield wipers and washers may be debris or ice built up around the wipers. Look around the wipers and see if there is anything that could be interfering with the arm movement, and remove it. Test to see if this was causing the problem.

How much does it cost to replace a windshield wiper fuse?

If your wipers come back to life, a blown fuse was the problem. Cost of parts: About $10 for an assortment of 100 fuses. Cost of professional labor: $20 to $50.

Why is my rear windshield wiper not working?

The most common electrical problem in your windshield wiper system is a blown fuse so that’s a good place to start. The fuse will most likely be in the main fuse block under the hood. Other problems could include a burnt out wiper motor, a problem with the wiper control switch or a problem with the delay module.

How do you check a windshield wiper fuse?

Locate your main fuse box and look for the windshield wiper fuse and-or relay. The fuse will be a type of glass tube or a spade design. Visually inspect the fuse to see if the filament inside either type is internally disconnected or blackened. Replace the blown fuse.

Where are fuse boxes located?

Look for the fuse box in closets, hallways, mudrooms, crawl spaces, basements, utility rooms, or laundry rooms. Fuse boxes in more prominent locations might be covered with a wood panel or picture meant to disguise the appearance of the box cover or door.

How do you test a rear wiper relay?

Check for voltage input to the rear wiper relay by removing the relay from the panel and measuring voltage at the appropriate socket terminals with the ignition on. If there is voltage input to the relay but no voltage reaching the motor, then the relay is faulty and should be replaced.

How do you test a rear windshield wiper motor?

Unplug the wiper motor connector. Probe the voltage supply plug with a voltmeter and make sure voltage and ground are present. Move the wiper function switch through all positions to determine proper voltage at the plug. If there is no voltage, check the voltage supply to the dash switch and check the rear wiper fuse.

How do you reset a windshield wiper motor?

How do I know if my rear wiper motor is bad?

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Windshield Wiper Motor
  1. Wiper blades move slower than programmed.
  2. Wiper blades only have one speed.
  3. Wiper blades don’t move.
  4. Wiper blades don’t park in the correct position.

How can you tell if a wiper motor is bad?

Use the fuse pattern shown on the cover and locate the wiper motor fuse. Test the fuse using your twelve volt test light. Clip the ground lead to a solid ground source and touch the positive lead to each side of the fuse. If the test light lights up on both terminals, the fuse is good.

How do you test a rear wiper motor with a multimeter?

What would make windshield wipers stop working?

A torn windshield wiper is the most common cause of wiper malfunction. When the rubber edges on your wiper blades are torn, the wiper cannot move smoothly across your windshield and remove moisture or debris. This, of course, impairs your visibility and makes driving unsafe.

How much does it cost to fix a rear windshield wiper motor?

You will pay between $230 and $310 for a windshield wiper motor replacement. The cost of labor on this job will be between $50 and $70, while the cost of parts should be between $180 and $250.

How do you fix windshield wipers that stopped working?