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Guess: The DeLorean stalk does not have an "intermittent" setting, you 
set the intermittent function using the "single swipe" output and the 
box of tricks. Probably a redundant "intermittent" o/p


mike clemens wrote:

> Okay, I came across something electrical this weekend
> that has me totally baffled. Maybe someone out there
> can give me a good explanation.
> If you follow the 5 wires from the windshield
> wiper/washer switch on the steering column you will
> find they connect to the intermittent wiper module
> that is attached to a metal plate (boomerang shaped)
> that is positioned above the steering column and
> behind the binnacle.
> The five wires going from the wiper switch and are all
> attached to a 5-prong female plug that plugs into the
> intermittent wiper module male plug.
> Here's my question, if you look closely at the male
> pins on the intermittent wiper module, you will note
> that there are only 4 pins present, not 5. I have
> three different modules and all are missing the pin
> that should connect to the brown/light green (NLG)
> wire. Coming out of the module, via the female
> connector, all 5 wires are utilized. I checked the
> picture provided by DMC Houston of a module and it
> also shows this pin missing. Why is the brown/light
> green wire from the wiper/washer stalk not connected
> to anything??
> Mike TPS 1630
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