12 responses to “Why Don’t My Windshield Wipers Work?” Anne clem says: September 24, 2015 at 9:44 pm My richpin06a 10,528 views 8:26 Fixing Broken Windshield Wipers - Duration: 4:04. Even at full stall, the current draw of the motor should be well below the fuse's rating.

You might have one of those wiper systems that switch the ground side of the circuit on and off (which I think they do just to screw with my head). Windshield wipers are able to remove small amounts of snow from your windshield, but heavy, wet snow needs to be cleared by a snow brush before operating your wipers. Ask your question now. Generally, there are a couple of different windings on the motor for high- and low-speed operation.

BlueDevil Pro says: October 24, 2015 at 9:51 am Madison, Thanks for your question about your windshield wipers. A loose joint will leave lost motion, which can cause the blades to either flop around or, worse yet, catch each other and get tangled. Scotty Kilmer 92,968 views 4:04 How To Fix Windshield Wipers Stuck In Up Position - Duration: 8:37. Most PopularFirst Things FirstDid you check the fuse?Okay, Sometimes It's Not That SimpleActually, a wiper assembly that refuses to move might have a simple blown fuse.