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Replacing the wiper control unit on a 1999 honda accord

The intermittent wiper frequency only works at the low end of the spectrum and when you put it at the high setting within the intermittent range, the wipers act as if they're on the medium setting. Medium and high settings seem to be working as expected. My question is two part ... 1) will this get worse as time goes by if we do nothing and the wipers may stop working altogether ... 2) which part of the electronics needs attention? ... the switch assembly on the steering column? is there an inexpensive way to inspect and repair it?

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Yes it will get worse-yes they can stop working all together-you must replace the arm on which the switch is attached connected to steering column- get a used one from junk yard and a book at library

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