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Hello and welcome to just answer. This is usually caused by a sticking park switch inside of the wiper motor itself. It may be a poor loose connection at the wiper motor itself, so inspect the connector at the motor for loose fitting or corroded terminals. If the connector is ok, then suspect a stuck park switch in the motor, and have the wiper motor replaced.
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