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1987 Jeep Wrangler: Multifunctional lever broke off in column. Cant turn wipers off. I pulled out 20 amp wiper fuse but the wipers still work. Where is the correct wiper fuse?

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SOURCE: windshield wiper lever broke off steering column

If it's a multi-function switch or a single function arm, you will need to remove the steering wheel to access the attachment points. If you never have done this, get a basic manual such as haynes or chilton. Both have decent instructions to guide you and after, they have lots of good info to help with other problems as well. Since it's an 89, it's doubtful if it has an airbag...that makes things a lot less complicated.

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SOURCE: 1997 jeep wrangler fuse box diagram. wiper motor

The fuse for the wipers on a 97 wrangler are located behind glove box just unhook strap that holds up glove box and replace.

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