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I guess I was assuming there to be a relay since there is in a Pagoda (1967) and it seems like it would be needed for the wiper parking function to work. But I don't really know for sure. The car I had with this problem is no longer in my collection... Currently my Pagoda wipers stay on most of the time and don't want to turn off. I'm blaming that on a relay but I could be wrong...
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Date registered: Mar 2014
Vehicle: 1968 280se, 1972 280se 4.5, Land Rover disco II, Triumph Thruxton, Triumph Tiger. +boring Chevy Van
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Thanks so much for that info. I was having trouble picturing what was going on. Once I get a dry day I will follow what you said.
Date registered: Sep 2012
Vehicle: 1988 300ce 1973 280sel 1995 E420 1998 E320
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Another possibility exists that the combination switch for the wiper is broken or not making contact with the speed I/II circuit. This scenario would also create your symptoms.
wiper that has a delay function has a relay , the most common problem is just a broken connection at the switch , right were the handle connect to the body of switch .just resolder wire .make sure fuse is ok , same for horn .
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