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The wiper parking is usually indicative of a problem in the actual motor. The park in the motor may be faulty.
You may want to physically check the wiper motor though, and make sure the ground is good. Ive never looked at these wiper motors, but they are sometimes self grounded, which means there is not a ground wire into the connector, but the motor is grounded by bolting onto the vehicle.
 

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Yes it could still be the motor. Youd need a wiring diagram for the motor, but the circuit is usually different when you press the for the wiper fluid than when you just make it turn.

The motor is accessible once you remove the rear hatch panel.
 
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