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Wipers going when they are off

I just want to know where the fuse for the wipers are in a 1998 corvette

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    Same problem on '99 C5

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The fuse for your '98 Corvette should be in front of the passenger seat, remove the carpeting, open the fuse box and it should be the number 10 on your fuse diagram. If you don't have a diagram, google it and print out a copy. This diagram will show you all the fuse locations and numbers.Hope this helps.

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Check under the dash or on the sides of the dash with doors open, or under the hood in a box marked fuse relay. In most GM cars and trucks these are the places where thay stash the fuses

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