Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Split, Croatia
Car: Rover 200 (95-99) 'Bubble Shape' & Rover 600
If other elements conected to same fuse are working, then the fuse is fine and problem might be sowhere else.
However in all this proces you have several fuses to check, not only one, so I would advise to check all these fuses first.
Fuses under steering wheel are: number #13 -15 amps, #15 - 10 amps and #27 - 20 amps
Fuse in the engine compartment fusebox is number #5 - 10 amps
Regarding the position of this relay, it is just next to fuel cut of switch. Try to locate fuel cut of switch and relay should just next to it.
Relay can be tested with ohm-meter to measure conectivity but you will need source of 12V in order to see if relay engages when it should. Electrician could be able to test it, but for you as a novice, as you said, I do not know what to suggest. You could swap it for relay of the same kind for which you know it works and see if there are any chages.
It is hard to say what pin 4 you heard of is reffering at, but I can lucky guess it might be the pin 4 on the connector to the relay which provides earth connection from MultiFunction Unit and by that energizing the relay coil for relay to change its state.
Actualy the best thing would be to measure power on the wiper motor in order to see if it gets power at all and then you know in which direction to go: either problem with motor, or down to wires, relay, MFU or fuse.
Last edited by Roverlike; 20-04-2017 at 16:54.