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Re: 1995 Ford Explorer
You must remove the cowl cover over the likage, it is held in place with screws on the underside of hood top of firewall, then slide it out carefully from under the windshiel seal, tape the fender top edges so you won't scrstch them up.
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Your wiper system and your power windows share several different circuits and components including the Battery Saver Relay, The Inadvertent Power Relay and the Generic Electronic Module. Each of these circuits need to be tested individually to determine the location of the failure. Chances are that one repair will fix both your power windows and your wipers. However, locating the actual cause is going to be the tough part and wil require some considerable skills in diagnosing automotive electrical systems.
If you think you can handle it yourself and you have the testing equipment necessary to diagnose the circuits, I can guide you through it.
Turn the ignition on, and turn the front windshield wipers on. When the wipers are facing straight up on the window, turn the ignition off so they remain in that position.
Disconnect the negative battery cable with an adjustable wrench. Remove the passenger side wiper blade assembly, by removing the pivot nut at the bottom with an adjustable wrench. Remove the wiper linkage access cover, and use a screwdriver to remove the wiper motor clip. Remove the wiper linkage from the wiper motor.
Disconnect the electrical connector on the wiper motor. Remove the bolts and nuts, securing the wiper motor with a socket wrench. Remove the wiper motor from the vehicle. Install the new wiper motor, and tighten mounting bolts and nuts with a socket wrench. Connect the electrical harness to the new wiper motor. Connect the wiper linkage, and insert the linkage clip. Install the wiper blade assembly, and tighten the nut with an adjustable wrench.
Connect the negative battery cable securely, using an adjustable wrench.
Remove the black plastic cowling that goes around the wipers in front of the windshield and behind the hood. Then check to see if the rod linkage that operates the wipers has come off, or time to replace wiper motor, but most likely the linkage has come apart.
it is problem with linkage of motor , you have to lubricate it then try once, but the motor is gone weak so it not pushing that linkage, you just try with lubricating that linkage that connected to wiper motor to wiper arm, if it work you saved your money or do replace the motor assy.