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Old 09-29-2010, 07:00 PM
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winshield wipers..

off top but got a 2001 honda accord. v6.
when you start the car in the mornings the wipers run for 5-15 min.
always lol
what you guys think?
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Re: winshield wipers..

anyone got any idea whats going on?? lol
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Re: winshield wipers..

if it is every time no matter what, sounds like something may be cross wired or something but i'm not sure on that one. kinda odd lol
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Re: winshield wipers..

maybe there's a short somewhere on the wiper side where it touches the power wire on another circuit. strange how it only does it for 5-15 minutes though. maybe you just bump the wiper arm when you get into the car every morning?
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Re: winshield wipers..

already tried that lol!! TAKE THEM OFF?
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Re: winshield wipers..

mmm maybe pull the fuse for now until you figure out the issue
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