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#1 (permalink) Old 10-21-2004, 10:43 PM
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just wondering if any one knows what is wrong with my windsheild wipers...everytime i put a fuse in and start the car it blows the 30amp fuse i just put in. would a new relay work or what?
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You need to find and fix the short or that will keep happening

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are you sure its a short? and how would i find it
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I guess you need to find a wire diagram.

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I have not torn into the wiper system of the BMW yet, but I had a previous car that the linkage for the wipers was corroded, causing more resistance. This made the motor draw a higher amperage. If the motor is old, there is a possibility.
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