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hello everyone,
i have looked now for one hour and not found what i need. can someone please lead me in the direction of testing the wiper system. a complete how to would be awsome.
i have a 96 and the front wipers and washer fluid do not work at all. the horn, high beams, turn signals all work. I checked the fuse and its fine.

also i would like to clean the muti function switch. is there a detailed write up on how to do this?
any help will be awsome. I have not had wipers since the end of last winter. rain x is really becomeing a pain to put on all the time. and it is really hard to see if it is just misting.

thanks to anyone who can help. the more in depth the procedures the better i will understand. walking me through like a little kid will not hurt my feelings.
sorry i reposted because i posted i the wrong area
 

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ok
nothing found. i tried the search and topic finder. everything i see is only solved problems or people with the same problem as me.
can someone please send me a direct link to cleaning the MFS please.
thanks again.
 

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thank you, sheila
i finally found the mfs switch. but have not clue on how to work a ohm meter. if i have a test light what indicates a closed or open circut. nothing is explained in detail enough.

the wiki thing does not work. i clicked on it and it said page cannot be displayed or something. can you post a direct link please
thanks
maybe i will just by one
 

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thanks again.
hello, hello, are their any mods that can help. i tried the topic finder thinking it would be in their but still nothing. can someone please post or send me to a website that has this info.
 
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