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    REAR WIPER NOT WORKING (faint click behind dash)

    hi,

    my m8 has just bought mk4 sxi and the rear wiper aint working and theres a faint clicking coming from dash wen pushin stalk back for rear wiper. the washer is still workin just not the wiper.

    any1 had this prob? if so wots the fix?

    thanks.
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    I would say the click behind the dash is the relay for the wiper clicking over! Check the obvious first which is the fuse, if thats ok i would check the motor next as chances are its that!
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    The MK4's suffer from broken wires where they pass from the cars body into the boot lid on the passenger side
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