We often take our Chevrolet or GMC Truck wiper switch for granted. They do a wonderful job of keeping us safe during inclement weather. Before Mary Anderson's wonderful invention of the wiper system in 1903, the only way to drive during rain or snow was to literally open or prop the windshield and expose yourself and passengers to the harsh elements. We usually don't pay as much attention to the health of our trucks wipers until they struggle or out right fail. Often, out right failure will be caused by faulty, worn or broken Truck wiper switch. Usually replacement can be done with simple hand tools in an afternoon. Remember to always reference your Truck service shop manual before starting any electrical project.
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