All the info on the wipers starts on pg.802 in the manual. The manual is in the stickied thread in the G1 area at the top. Use the PDF version 2. It has trouble shooting but it doesn't say what to do if the fuse keeps blowing. Don't use a different amperage rating of fuse though. And make sure you are using the right
fuse. If you use different ones, it will do damage to your electrical system. You could have a shorted wiper motor.
I got this from a website:
"If a fuse keeps blowing, it usually means something is amiss in the circuit. The wiring should be checked along with the components in the circuit to determine if there's a short or other problem.
The fuse for the windshield wiper circuit, for example, may blow if ice or debris builds up in the cowl areas and interferes with the movement of the wiper arms. If a fuse blows in a motor circuit (heater blower motor, cooling fan motor, power seat or window, electric fuel pump, etc.), it often indicates a shorted motor."