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Old 06-17-2004, 08:17 PM
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Windshield Wipers stopped working

In my 1998 Ford Eddie Bauer Expedition...the windshield wipers stopped working while driving in the rain...the A/C stopped blowing cold air at the same time...I have replaced the small fuses but nothing has changed...not sure about the A/C to do either...advice needed on next steps.
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Old 06-18-2004, 09:03 PM
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OK...I have determined that the switch is working by hearing and feeling that the relays are "clicking", the fuses are fine as well as having volt meter check each one and I have 12 Volts on the wiring harness that is input into the front windshield wiper motor...but before I replace this motor...I still cannot figure out why the rear windshield wiper does not work either...is there some linkage between front and rear wiper wiring?
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Can you check for 12 volts on the fuses? If you have no voltage at the fuses, then there may be a fusible link burnt out over at the starter relay. These links do feed mulitple circuits, so that could explain the other stuff not working.
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