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I need to change the front (only 1 I have) wiper pulse board, I have the board where is this located at on the truck??

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A dealer may tell you where it is.If not call a couple of shops.If they still don't,local libraries usually carry the haynes repair manuals.Whoever wants you back for business should be willing to tell you for free though.Good luck!

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