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Wiper will not shut off. In the off position the wipers seem to be in the slow intemittant function. When turned on they seem to work correctly. I took the fuse out to turn off the wiper

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this wiper problem is because of the faulty switch. may be some wires getting shortcircuiting so that it is by passing the switch and it keep on working intermittant mode. change the switch and the problem will get solved

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