rear wiper not working

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Asked by Jul 04, 2013 at 03:49 PM about the Honda Passport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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checked the fuse yet?

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if it works once in a while would suspect a bad switch~

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I have replaced the switch, motor and checked the fuse already...just don't know what else . HELP!!!

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what you must do is test the voltages present at the switch and at the motor--- this way we will know where the problem lies...perhaps it is before the switch on the way from the fuseblock...we can find this out~

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there is a module on the right side of the glove box with 2 white sockets on it, that is the wiper delay module for both the front and rear wipers, mine has a bad relay on it for the rear wiper but so far i havent been able to locate a replacement for it so i might just have to replace the relay on the board itself, hope this helps out

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