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I have a 95 burban and I made a right hand turn and the wipers, heater wemt out. It comes on for a little bit and cuts off....replaced both relays and still nothing

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    Robert Dooley Oct 13, 2013

    when I punch the gas petal the wipers and heater come on...when I let go of gas it comes off



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