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post #1 of 4 Old 07-22-2006, 04:11 AM Thread Starter
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Windshield wiper switch/knob thing

My windshield wiper knob/switch seems to be off by 1 position, meaning when I have high speed selected it is on the one below it. Would this be a dealership only item, if so how much would it cost? Can I replace it myself, or does it have to be replaced by the dealer? Any idears???

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easy to replace if you know the trick to getting the ignition cylender out, Its actually called a Multifunction switch just so you know when you are looking, and i dont know if you can get them aftermarket or not.......but your symptom is pretty common.
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I'm having issues with mine too. The wipres will not turn off when I tell them to, so I have to keep going back and forth between on/off till it works. Kinda sucks really.

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yours could be the relay as well....there is a run/park relay that could be staying energized...
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