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|Comment||Thank you for the info. It did help connect everything. I do want to let you that it most likely was water that caused the problem but there is one thing that happened that I didn't think linked everything but did. The water must have caused an arc and that caused the wiper fuse to pop. It is the number 5 -10amp wiper fuse in the fuse panel. It was blown, I replaced it and everything started working again, so all the system must be tied together thru that fuse also. Again thanks for the help, it put me on the right track.|
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