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What does the 28510 75P00 "AMP ASSY-WIPER" control?

The engine will not "turn over" in my 1997 king cab pick-up. Battery is good. I could hear a "clicking" noise comming from the 28510 75P00 "AMP ASSY-wiper". Service shop replaced the stater and said that was the problem. My problem still continues, the engine will not turn over, and i can still hear the "clicking" noise in the AMP ASSY-wiper. This AMP ASSY has a wire harness and plug-in that connects to the seven (7) pin in the bottom of this assy. What all does this AMP ASSY control.

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AMP ASSY-wiper is the relay for the intermittent wipers.

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