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    '03 TJ - Windshield Wipers, spray stopped working!?

    Hey all,
    Jumped in my jeep and found the wipers and spray aren't working.... the wiper fuse looks fine.

    Because the spray isn't working either I'm wondering if it's the control arm off the steering wheel shaft, but hoping one of you has some troubleshooting ideas or suggestions.

    This is a 2003 TJ and it was working fine last time I tried!

    Thanks in advance!

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    It is possible there is a bad connection at the bottom of the switch stock.
    my sugesstion would be pull the coloum covers, pull the switch and clean the connectors.
    Then re-assemble and try it, if it still does not work you will need a new wiper switch. (part# 05016711AB and lists for 103.00 plus tax)
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    Make sure the hose didn't slip off exit jet on the hood.
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    ^ he said that his wipers don't work either.

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    check out justjeeps website they have the factory service manuals available online. it'll tell you how to troubleshoot your problem pretty quickly with wiring diagrams and step by step instructions on what to check

    it probably is the switch, the FSM will tell you how to check it

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    Thumbs up Thanks guys!

    Thanks for the tips... especially about JustJeeps manuals! awesome! Now to find the problem....

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