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Hi I have a 1998 Jepp Cherokee and my windshild wipers will not shut off.

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Sounds like you've got a bad wiper switch,unfortunatlly theres not much i can tell you other than it needs replaced. you can try wiggling the wiper switch, turning them off and on while wiggling it.the only other way you can turn them off is to pull the fuse out until you can get the new switch.fortunatly they are on a fuse all by pulling the wiper fuse won't hurt. meanwhile if it starts raining,put the fuse back in.hope this helps and thank you for choosing

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