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Old 02-27-2009, 02:20 AM   #16
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I bought a 2009 Montana van last fall! Its wipers are mounted under the rear edge of the hood! Looks nice when in sunny California, but here in the land of ice and snow (Canada) its a problem! When the wipers get encrusted with chunks of ice, it must be removed manually! My usual method is to lift the blade off the window surface and then let it snap back down, to break away the ice! Repeating as necessary! However, with this van they get tucked back under the hood, when the are turned off. Even if I turn off the ignition, they still return home! I would like to have a 'kill' switch so that I can turn them off, while they are in an exposed position! Ideally, the switch would break the circuit to prevent their return, but would restore to normal once the switch is released! Anybody have any idea on how to do this?
Just turn the ignition switch to off with the wipers on. It should stop wherever they are at the time.

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Just turn the ignition switch to off with the wipers on. It should stop wherever they are at the time.

Thanks brokenknee!
No wonder I get hedaches all the time.
Over complicate things!
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Thanks brokenknee!
No wonder I get hedaches all the time.
Over complicate things!
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