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out slushing through the snow my wipers came on like they were on the longest delay setting, odd thing is they were turned off, hope thats not the switch in the turn signal, might swap out some relays tomorrow hope that does the trick.

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Maybe check for voltage with the switch off first?

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That multi switch has always been a problem on fords.

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yeah i heard that just don't want to deal with it in the middle of winter

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Mine does the same thing every once in a while. I just turn it on and off and it stops. Seems like it's barely making contact with the first intermittent position.


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yeah i heard that just don't want to deal with it in the middle of winter
I can relate to that

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