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Wipers wont work replaced motor, switch, ground, alternator,wirin

Wipers started coming on by themselves and I couldnt shut them off without restarting car and now they just dont work at all, I have replaced everything and anything I can think of any ideas before my hair comes out.

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Take the gearbox off on the end of the motor and check the auto park contacts.or just change it with one from a scrapyard

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