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2000 SATURN SL2 WIPER WON'T SHUT OFF WITH ENG ON

2000 SATURN SL2 THE WIPER WILL NOT SHUT OFF WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING, BUT WILL WORK PROPERLY WITH THE KEY IN THE RUN POSITIONWITH ENGINE OFF

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Wiper motor is the problem,the park mode iside the motor logic is bad.The wiper motor will have to be replaced to correct concern.hope this helps

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