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Old 03-12-2017, 07:49 PM   #21
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can you unplug the wipers at the switches and switch the wires to the opposite switch?
I am thinking if you can do that, then you can confirm if the problem is in the switch or elsewhere such as the motor itself or the wiring to that motor.
I ran outa daylight, but tomorrow morning I'll definitely look into that!
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Old 03-13-2017, 03:56 PM   #22
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Or you could just leave the switch wires unplugged and try that if its easier.

I don't think it would have had a bcm in 1998.
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Or you could just leave the switch wires unplugged and try that if its easier.

I don't think it would have had a bcm in 1998.
Nope, no bcm thank goodness.
Starting to look like the right side switch may be the culprit. BlackJohn and I have been at this all day.
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