I own probably the Guinness Book's world record holder for the worst vehicle for repairs ever known. I swear [though I never swear] that---as a mechanic since I was about 15 and now I'm 68---I have never owned or seen a vehicle that will go from one problem to another right after I get one fixed . . . another goes out. It's terrible and spendy. Now I'm trying to solve two problems . . . the wipers just quit . . . and the brake lights won't go off . . . and I've replaced the brake switch. Any ideas? I used my volt-ohm meter, first thing, to check out the fuses [fine]; then I checked the relays [fine]; then I checked the power to the motor . . . and it seemed fine, but still it didn't work. So I replaced the motor . . . still doesn't work. Is there a way to check out the wiper column control? I've not done that before. And, what about the brake lights staying on . . . any ideas?