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What could be the cause of a wiper, although the fuse are heal it still doesn't function

There are multiple possible causes of the wipers being inoperative. The car could have a failed wiper switch, a failed wiper motor, or bad wiring to the motor or the switch. Some cars even require the hood to be closed for the wipers to work, so if your car is one of those, it could be a failed hood latch thats causing the wipers not to work. It would be best for you to contact a qualified professional, such as one from YourMechanic, and have them diagnose your wiper issue at your home or office.

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