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I have a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee that the intermittant wiper speeds do not work. The wiper motor works fine in the low and high modes but nothing happends in the intermittant mode. What is some of the possible causes?

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Sounds like a faulty wiper motor pulse board module

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