Battery/Fuses on 2006 Dodge Charger

My husband replaced the battery and now the wipers or turn signals won't work. He chaecked all the fuses and they are good, what's the problem

by in Cincinnati, OH on June 15, 2011
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ANSWER by , June 15, 2011
I would suggest that there must be a circuit protection issue - do you have a good diagram for the fuses? If a fuse doesn't solve the problem, testing has to be done to find out of there is power and ground to the circuits you are checking.
COMMENT by , June 16, 2011
thank you, he only has the diagram from the owners manual. more than likely we are going to have to take it for a service call which I was trying to avoid.
ANSWER by , June 16, 2011
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