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    Smile Multi timer switch


    I have had problems with my front windscrean wipers not parking correctly I have changed the motor and the problem now appears to be with the multi timer switch located on the back of the fuse board.
    I have purchased a new timer and removed the two screws which hold the fused board in but can not seem to withdraw it enough to fit the new timer on the rear.

    Is there something else I need to do or remove ?

    Anyone changed one of these before ?

    Cheers Ken

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    Did you fit a new motor or a second hand one from a scapyard?
    The only control the multi timer has is for the interval timer on stage 1.
    The parking function is controlled by a switch built in to the wiper motor.
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    Ken all the fuses and relays need to be removed from the fuse box to pull the multitimer out. I also believe there's a locking mech on the front that needs releasing
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