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1998 Grand Prix wipers won't park

When you turn off the wipers they stay in the up position. With the wiper switch in either the "intermittant" or full "on" position they still stay in the up(straight up) position.

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Its my daughters car , the next time she drove it the wipres worked properly. Fixed, I love it!!!

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i belive that your wiper switch has gone out on the intermittent side. this is a very common problem.
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