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Old 10-04-2006, 12:48 PM   #1
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So this morning i went to turn on windshield wipers for the first time and got no response. Im sure there is a way to check and see if its the switch or motor of wipers that are bad any do it yourself ideas would be great.

Also i got a nice headliner from a junkyard (and a few SSEI badges for free)
So i started looking at the pieces i need to take apart to reinstall this headliner and it looks as tho i have to be a rocket scientist to do this. Any hints on this would be great as well.
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Check to see if there'* a fuse that has blown and/or needs to be replaced for the wipers.
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Search on John Deere Boy and Harofreak00 for headliner recovering. Both have good instructional write ups on how to take them out.
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Whoops! There is no fuse in the box. Pop one in there, I forgot I took it out a while ago.
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Start a new topic for your headliner removal. Once you have it started, I'll post my experiences.
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Whoops! There is no fuse in the box. Pop one in there, I forgot I took it out a while ago.
Cool lol when i get off work i will pop one in it.
alright new topic for headliner
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