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Windscreen wipers not working

The intermittent wipe stopped working first,so replaced motor but problem still persisted. then replaced stalk on steering column now nothing works

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It could either be the stalk which you've already replaced (maybe with an equally faulty on) or the relay

Posted on Oct 23, 2007


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