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wiper motor dead ?
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Started van in snow and left it running, windscreen covered in snow, did not realize the wiper had been left on, but not moving cause of snow. Cleared snow and set off and wiper did not work, checked the 30 amp fuse in engine compartment and it had blown, so replaced it and it blow staright away, i asume its for the front wipers ? Have i burnt out the wiper motor ? thanks
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When I've seen this, it's been the underbonnet fuse panel which develops a fault. Easier to swap for another, than to faff about repairing. They're common across a range of PSA vehicles.
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