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Winsheild wipers wont park or work properly

The wiper's on my 98 accord won't park and there's no interminten. When i use the washer,the wipers wont stop.I have to shut the car off so they'll stop winsheild wipers wont park or work properly problem and when using the washer they will not turn off till i shut the car off.

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    My wipers work for a minute when I push the washer then they stop. I replaced the whole blinker handle and it did not fix it.

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You will need to chage the relay for the washer wipe once cycle

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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hi you have a short your favourite place to look is the wipers relay they are more likley to short than the switch and there cheaper if no joy remove your steering wheel cowls so you can get at the switch find out which wire feeds the relay to turn the wipers on see if its permenantly live when you turn the switch off if so replace switch if the switch works as it should and the relays ok then the motors faulty yates210456

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