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86 Omni Stupidest question but. I just bought an 86 dodge omni and cant figure out how to turn on the rear window wipers. i thought maybe they were connected to front window wipers but if thats the case they dont work. help as lame as that sounds

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Hey
ply with שךך switch in front,if u already do that so its can be a bad switch burn related fuse.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

  • Anonymous Jul 06, 2008

    ply with all switch in front,if u already do that so its can be a bad switch burn related fuse.if that the case so replace the related fuse.



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