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Wipers wont work on my 98 honda civic

My wipers wont park, they will work intermittenly, but when i start the car they come on by themselves and can speed up without twisting the switch. im so confused

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  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I suggest you buy a factory service manual to do this kind of electrical repair, don't you agree?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Wipers will go from a fast speed to a slower speed & finally will not work at all. wiper motor was replaced 9/2012 & switch was replaced 3/2013

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You can just search for Honda Civik Factory Service Manual online. Also I had a simliar issue with my 87 rx7 and I took apart the wiper motor and cleaned up all kinds of muck inside. Put it back together and it works fine now.

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