Thanks for the question.
What happens when you turn off the wipers? Do they park at the top of the windsheild?
There may be more than one issue going on here, but for now, we will focus on the wipers only working on high.
Do you have access to a voltmeter or testlight to perform some wire test?
Does the test lamp illuminate?
i wish i could but its like -4 where i am at
Thanks for accepting!
Thats not good, way too cold.
Well I can leave this post open for as long as I can if you want to come back to it another time.
I was thinking that might have happened. That is common too, however, when putting the wiper on when they are frozen can damage one other part other that the motor. Since is is stuck on high, the motor IS probably shot. But there is a little tab that bends due to the torque of the wiper when they are stuck, you will need to check this to as this is not related to a motor replacement.
I have circled the part you need to look at. This is what actually "parks" the wipers. Make sure the tab is standing straight up....
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