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Old 21 Jan 2008, 08:01 pm
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Default 1995 civic hb

both my wipers and fluid stopped working at the same time. i am getting power to my wipers but its still not working. did they make a relay in that year and if they did where would it be located. or could it possibly be a bad ground wire, because im not getting a sound out of them. or is it common for the switches to go in the 95's.
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