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Russell, are the wipers and signal on the same lever(switch), if they are the multi switch is probably bad and needs replaced. check links below to forums with the same issues you are having.
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If you don't know for sure, you will need to figure out if it is a no spark or a no fuel pressure issue to proceed. If it is a no spark problem, check the ASD relay and the coil for voltage and ground signal.
Look around the battery and locate the negative battery cable, it should have a small wire that connects to the metal of the engine area. If all looks good there, I would suspect the turn signal combination switch being bad. This is a common problem on many