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Trying to locate intermittent wiper relay

I am trying to find an intermittent wiper (park) relay replacement part. Would I have to go to a dealer for this or can someone tell me where I might be able to locate one for my 99 marquis?

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  • ryan reynolds
    ryan reynolds Feb 05, 2014

    im having same problem on my 1987 mercury cougr xr7 i hesr a buzzing sound and seems the relay is on the fire wall way up in left hand corner it looks like i have to take the whole dash out the wipers wont park and u hear this buzzing sound its so fustrating, they dont make cars average person can work on unless u have a degree from M I T or u work for NASA, and its getting worse, my 2011 mustang is a computer on wheels that talks lolol. if anyone can give me an idea how to replace this relay on ,y 1987 cougar xr7 like to know with out dismantling the dash thanks

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SOURCE: Vauxhall Vivaro Van 53 plate. Wipers not Parking

hi i have the same problem...can you tell me if you have an answer yet???

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

janinedave37
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SOURCE: intermittent/park relay

Should be under the bonnet (hood) where all the fuses & relay's are.

Part should be less than $50

Yes, you should be able to replace it yourself once you have located the correct relay.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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SOURCE: 2004 Avalon Wiper Relay Location

The wiper relay is located behind the center of the dash i am sending you a picture of whe graphic.aspx?mod=reptiff&module_id=1&session_id=%7bea948f67-0f0f-4ed0-9a24-da53f5e661e9%7d&image_guid=00257760&print_bw=0&re it is . find (W8) in the picture.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Kia Sedona's wipers stop and start

perhaps the wiper motor is bad.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: landrover discovery series 1 (1996) wiper motor

Likely the relay is the problem, the multifunction switch can fail as well.
I have the troubleshooting diagram for electrical on Series 1 Discos but a very good working knowledge of electrical circuitry is necessary to use this info.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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SOURCE: The wipers work intermittently and I've been told

The only place to get a wiper relay is from an Audi dealer. However, I have that same problem and the relay didn't fix it, I'm still trying to figure it out. I would try the relay first though, it's about $60 I think.

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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Intermittent/park relay


Should be under the bonnet (hood) where all the fuses & relay's are.

Part should be less than $50

Yes, you should be able to replace it yourself once you have located the correct relay.

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