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My guess is dirty contacts in you wipper switch/blinker arm. Im not sure if opening it up and cleaning it out would be a good idea...lots of tinny parts in there that you can easily loose. If you slightly rotate the arm back and forth on the high setting can you get it to move at all??
03 QC. NADP full race trans. Bully Dog PMT/Dr.Performance. cold air. 35" bfg KM2. dual 5" silverline straight stacks. Leveled. Bushwacker pocket style flares. HTT turbo 66/71/14.
man mine do all kind of weard stuff and all of my buddys wipers do it too, sometimes my wiper will just take a swipe even when they are turned off, ive been out in my yard and hear them swip, ill turn around just to see them stopping, kinda like having herbi the love cummins hahahah
2004 2500 BLACK SLT 4X4 SWB LEVELING SPRINGS,35 FALKEN ROCKY MOUNTAIN AT,STOCK WHEELS, POWER PUCK,AIRRAID,AIRRAID MIT, 4IN PIPE,EGT,BOOST,TRANS TEMP,FUEL PRESS,4 GAL ON BOARD AIR 145PSI, GROVER HORN, PIONEER FLIP 7IN SCREEN,MEPHIS AUDIO,COBRA LTD
04.5 3500 laramie, afe intake, magna flow 5" exhaust w/6" tip, airbags in rear, fab-tech 4.5" lift w/ double shocks up front (dirt logic), w/37's now 35" grabber red letters, and some other junk
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