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Electrical problem? My windshield wipers, rear ac, power windows, and inside dome light just stop working all at once. Help!!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Fuse location for rear window windshield wiper

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    i went through a car wash and all of a sudden my windows and dome light do not work

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    sometimes the windshield wipers work when i turn the car on. if they do work when i turn the car on, they will just stop working while i am driving When the wipers stop working the inside dome light quits as well

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These systems are controlled by the Generic Electronic Module (GEM), have a self test run on the system by Kragen, it is free, post codes here.

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KEEP BLOWING THE FUSE AS SOON AS IT IS ENTERED IN THE FUSE BOX.


If you can pull the plug from the wiper motor and try fuse. If no change disconnect the plug to the electric windows and try fuse. Unlikly to be in dome light circut unless you have had aftermarket sterio system or other accessory fitted recently

Nov 28, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Fuse list ford contour


The following specifications are for the Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique manufactured throughout 1995-2000.
Fuses Rating Color Circuit
Engine bay fuse box
1 80 Black Power supply to main fuse box
2 60 Yellow Radiator fan
3 60 Yellow ABS
4 20 Yellow Daytime running lights
5 30 Light green Fog lamp
6 30 Light green Not used
7 30 Light green ABS
8 30 Light green Air pump
9 20 Light bue PCM module
10 20 Light bue Ignition switch
11 3 Violet PCM memory
12 15 Light bue Horn & hazard flasher
13 15 Light bue Oxygen sensor
14 15 Light bue Fuel pump
15 10 Red Right-hand low beam
Passenger compartment fuse box
16 10 Red Left-hand low beam
17 10 Red Right-hand high beam
18 10 Red Left-hand high beam
19 7.5 Brown Heated door mirrors
20 10 Black Windshield wipers
21 30 Light green Electric windows
22 7.5 Brown ABS
23 15 Light bue Reverse lights
24 15 Light bue Brake lights
25 20 Yellow Door locks
26 20 Yellow Main light
27 15 Light bue Cigarette lighter
28 30 Light green Power seats
29 30 Light green Heated rear window
30 7.5 Brown Engine management
31 7.5 Brown Instrument pannel lights
32 7.5 Brown Radio
33 7.5 Brown Front and rear sidelights (left)
34 7.5 Brown Interior lighting & clock
35 7.5 Brown Front and rear sidelights (right)
36 30 Light green Air bag
37 30 Light green Heated blower
38 Unused
Relays Color Circuit Location
Engine bay fuse box
R1 Green Daytime running lights (Canada)
R2 Black Radiator fan (high speed)
R3 Blue AC cut-out
R4 Brown AC clutch
R5 Dark green Radiator fan (low speed)
R6 Yellow Starter
R7 Brown Horns
R8 Brown Fuel pump
R9 White Low beam headlights
R10 White High beam headlights
R11 Brown PCM power supply
Passenger compartment fuse box
R12 White Interior and courtesy lights
R13 Yellow Heated rear window
R14 Yellow Heated blower
R15 Green Windshield wiper motor
R16 Black Ignition
R17 Unused
R18 Black One touch window switch Driver's door
R19 Blue Cruise control cut-off Central fuse box bracket
R20 Unused
R21 Unused
R22 White Fog lights Interface module bracket
R23 Black Turn signals Steering column
R24 White Left-hand flasher Door lock module bracket
R25 White Right-hand flasher Door lock module bracket
R26 Unused
Bulbs / Lights Wattage Type
Low beam headlamp 55 9006 Halogen
High beam headlamp 55 9005 Halogen
Parking / Side light 5 2357A Wedge
Front turn signal 21 2357A Bayonet
Rear turn signal 21 1157 Bayonet
Tail light 21 1157 Bayonet
Stop light 21 1157 Bayonet
High mount stop light 5 2723 Bayonet
Fog/Driving light 55 893 Halogen
License plate 5 6418 Festoon
Reverse light 21 1156 Bayonet
Front sidemarker 5 2357A Wedge
Glove box
Map light 5 64111 Wedge
Dome light 10 6411 Feston
Step/Courtesy light
Trunk/Cargo area
Engine compartment 10 89 Wedge
Instrument-general
Automatic trans indicator

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Rear window lift and windshield wiper have stopped working. Do they have a fuse?


everything electrical is fused. also check the wires from the body to the rear door lift area as the wires will frey over the years causing a open circuit. hope this helps

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Windows and power mirrors stopped working and interior dome lights stopped working.fixed mirrors and windows but interior lights still dont work when door is opened.


on some vehicles there is a switch that disables lights some are on dash some are on the overhead light. if only one bulb ck bulb, if all lights could also be fuse

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Ford explorer winsheld wipers and power windows and dome lights dont work


  • You need to open up the drivers side door and look at that harness that stretches between the door and the door frame. Inside that harness are the wires for the electronics in the cabin and then some.

  • Over time those wires get pinched and crack and break. So you need to splice the casing open the long ways ( or slide the casing for the harness one way and then the other) and inspect the wiring. Your looking for broke, split, rusted, bulging or otherwise negated wiring. The boots on either side may need to come off to look up inside for broke wires as well. Usually it's pretty evident which wires are messed up but sometimes you have to do a little digging.


  • When you find the broke wire[s] splice some new wire[s] in and use electric tape to re-insulate.


  • This is a common problem across the board with many car manufacturers and repairing the harness almost always is the fix in a situation such as yours.

  • Hope this helps..

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2001 Ford F 150--Windshield wipers electric


You need to check your Fuses.. It sounds like you blew a fuse that controls Those Items..

Jun 12, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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"REAR ACCESS OPEN" LIGHT ON INSTRUMENT PANEL


inside the doorway will be contact that must be clean and unobstructed to work. Check it and see if something got caught in it. Assuming it is not faullty, this should correct the problem. It is likely that the false sensing will keep the wiper from working since it shouldn't be on with the door open. If the sensor looks okay, you should have it tested to see if it is defective.

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1999 F150 WIndshield wipers, dome light and side window controls not working


i just had the same problem with my f 150 ( 1999), my wipers, washer fluid pump, dome light, door chime stopped, I went thur the manuals, Checked appropated fuses, even changed wiper motor, (nothing worked) out of much internet checking, talking to mechanics, I got frustrated, I started pulling all the fuses under the dash,, I pulled # 15 ,a 5 amp fuse, which has nothing to do with the wipers eletronics, it was a good fuse, when i put it back in, everything came back and working fine. nearest i can figure it was either loose or a dirty contact.

#15 fuse (5 amps) on my box is for : stop lamp switch,( speed control,brake shift interlock,ABS, pcm module inputs.gem module,RABS test connector)
this was just blind luck, maybe it will help you.

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