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There is a device made into the wiper motor itself, known as the wiper park switch. Its designed to turn off the wipers at a pre-determined position once you switch them off. The mfr recommends replacing the motor along with the intermittent timer (if equipped) at the same time when experiencing these problems.
I think you need to replace the Body Control Module (BCM), My newly replaced BCM (used) fixed my wiper problem but created a new problem which the left turn signal is not working now. Time to sell the van.
you could either have a welded contact at the wiper relay or the shorted wiper switch.
after you unplug the harness, check the relay, remove again the harness and check the relay for a welded contacts. see if the contacts are close even without power. if they are, replace the wiper relay.
if they are not close, then check the wiper switch. that could be the problem.