There are two fuses for the wiper system , fuse 33 is one of them but fuse 106 is not ,,
the other fuse you should check is fuse 54 .. see below pics
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so check fuse 54 and tell me if that fuse is ok,
we can go back and forth on this page
The wiper system you have has internal relays inside the wiper motor , and you have replaced the wiper already ..
if you could gain access to the wiper motor conector, and you have a test lamp or volt meter we can do some testing ,, are you up for this ??
No i do not have a flow chart , I never use those,, I usaly start with all the powers and grounds to the system first ,, gain access to the wiper motor conector,, and with the key on pin 5 and 8 should have power to them ,,and pin 6 should have a good ground , lets start there
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Hat thats great ,,, it looks like we are getting somware ,, we now know why the wiper system is not working,, there is no power on that Dark Green wire,,, and that goes to fuse 54,,, or what you call fuse 106 ..and you said the fuse is good
use your test lamp or volt meter and with the key on , go to that fuse 106 and make sure there is power at this fuse ,, just to make sure
if there is power at that fuse , then we know for sure there is an open somware in the dark green wire from the fuse panel to the wiper motor...
so from the wiper motor , that wire runs through the fire wall ,,through a conector at the fire wall,,, and to the fuse box...
I would take look at the wireing for a brake in this wire ,, if this does find any problem , then take the interior fuse box loose, and gain access to the back of it and find that wire and see if there is power comeing out of the fuse box on that dark green wire, if there is none ,, then the fuse box has a open