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Wipers do not return to the rest position.

They work like very properly but when i turn them off, they stop right in the midle of the windshield, i try to pull them down when on n off but nothing work. Can sombody please helpme....

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This is a Wiper Motor Problem with the Internal Circuit Board. Replace the Wiper Motor to Correct this Problem. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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