Windshields and Wipers

Why do the wipers on a 1999 Ford Ranger come on when you are driving down the highway and you have them turned off?

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2005-09-29 02:34:39
2005-09-29 02:34:39

I would say that your wiper switch is probably At Fault since the power runs thru it. See if there are any service recalls or bulletins by checking with your Ford dealer.

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