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He wipers won't turn off all of the time. If I keep trying I can finally hit the spot on the switch and they will go off. That takes many, many tries. Is it the switch, relay, circuit board on the mot

The wipers won't turn off all of the time. If I keep trying I can finally hit the spot on the switch and they will go off. That takes many, many tries. Is it the switch, relay, circuit board on the motor or what? Thanks.

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More than likely the switch the way you are describing it.

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