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Old 11-25-2019, 08:13 AM   #1
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wipers won't park

I have replaced the wiper motor on my 2008 32' Sunstar. The problem began with wipers slowing down, then stopping altogether. I was able to start with wipers working again for one or two sweeps by turning them on, then off.
With the new motor, they now work at one speed, but do not go into park position when I turn them off, and I've lost intermittent wiper function altogether. Occasionally, turning the wiper switch off will not turn the wipers off. I then need to turn the ignition off, then back on. Then turning them off stops them, but again, not in the park position.

Is this a wiper module (pulse board) problem? If so, how can I determine it's location to order a replacement?

Any help greatly appreciated.
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