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Wipers on my 95' voyager won't shut off

I took the y fuse out and they still won't stop
please help me!

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Lift your hood, look under wipers area on driver side & you should see a wiring connection there, with wires going up under & into wiper motor area below windsheild. Disconnect there, should stop them for now, until yu decide what your going to do about it. Pull it apart when wipers are down out of the way.

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