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2007 Ford Crown Vic Wipers wont turn off

Wipers sometimes will not turn off and turn themselves on occasionally

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SOURCE: 93 crown vic wipers don't go down when you turn them off

In cold weather, ice sometimes forms in the lower curvred area below one of the wipes, which prevents the arm from returning. This can happen if the car was been shut off with the wipers up. You will need to raise the hood to see into the wiper crank rod cavity.

It is also possible for nuts or debris to fall into that same cavity and cause similar symptoms. In the case of debris, the wipers may operate, but may hesitate or stop when the debris or nut is encountered.
In such case, "donot" continue to operate the wipers as the resultent damages are costly & repairs will not be necessary if the debris is removed promptly.
P.S. Do not force the wiper arms. lef

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 crown vic 4.6 l idles high on startup

This sounds like a normal condition.What happens is the cold start emission reduction component monitor(software program in the computer) is running.
Cold Start Emission Reduction Component Monitor
The Cold Start Emission Reduction Component Monitor was introduced for the 2006 MY on vehicles that meet the
LEV-II emission standards. The monitor works by validating the operation of the components of the system
required to achieve the cold start emission reduction strategy, namely retarded spark timing and elevated idle
airflow.
When the CSER strategy is enabled, the idle air control system will request a higher idle rpm, elevating engine
airflow. While this CSER elevated airflow is requested, the low airflow test compares the measured idle airflow from
the MAF sensor to the commanded idle airflow from the idle air control strategy.


Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 FORD CROWN VIC. 4.6 - PROBLEM, NOISE

This is caused by the IAC valve. Over time the valve becomes gummy and inoperative. Get it replaced and the problem is solved. IAC stands for idle air control, hence the stalling concern.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: wipers stay on

Looks like the wiper motor uses G102 as the grounding point, should be close to the fuse box in the engine compartment. If you lift it and it stops then you may have a bad switch in the motor.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Wipers will not park on 93 ford crown victoria

Hmmmm... if you replaced the motor you must have cleaned the area housing the arm mechanism. I had the same problem and found the problem to be in the arm assembly box on the firewall. Under the hood, triangular shaped box with snap on top was full of dirt, leaves and pine needles... I removed all the **** & my wipers now park as they should!!

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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In cold weather, ice sometimes forms in the lower curvred area below one of the wipes, which prevents the arm from returning. This can happen if the car was been shut off with the wipers up. You will need to raise the hood to see into the wiper crank rod cavity.

It is also possible for nuts or debris to fall into that same cavity and cause similar symptoms. In the case of debris, the wipers may operate, but may hesitate or stop when the debris or nut is encountered.
In such case, "donot" continue to operate the wipers as the resultent damages are costly & repairs will not be necessary if the debris is removed promptly.
P.S. Do not force the wiper arms. lef

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