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Wipers My wipers will not shut off and stay down, they shut off in the up position, also, the windsheild washer wont work, but the wipers work. Please help!

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  • napballer Aug 26, 2008

    i have the problem with the washer fludied not working it worked one day and the next nothing this should be a recall this is the only car i ever owned that the washer fludied doesnot work it has only 75000 miles on it

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You have two problems. The first is the wipers turn off and stay in the upright position and do not close. The motor is fine. There is a steal 'close' tab that has been bent out of position. You just need to push the steal tab back into position. You can use a chisel or screwdriver to pound it back into the 90 degree position.

The windsheild washer motor probably needs to be replaced

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