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Is it safe to drive my 2004 mercury mountaineer without fuse #15

My battery is being drained everything checks out good. was told to try to remove #15 fuse (rear wipers). my book said #15 was rear wiper / cluster.. not sure what cluster is. is it ok to drive it to the shop about 40min away

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Your cluster is another name for your insturment panel speedometer etc no it will not hurt your vehicle but your gauges or your warning lights will not work

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SOURCE: rear windshield wiper stopped working, its not the fuse

then it has to be the switch or the motor.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Explorer-Rear Wiper Motor-How to Replace?

the plastic panel pops off , if you had a trim removal tool it would be nice but it can be improvised , they are just tension clips , get some kind of lever behind the panel and give it a pop , once the plastic panel is off its pretty much self explanatory from there , a connector and couple small bolts , now the outside has nut under the w/w blade , a piece of the arm cover pops up to access the nut , remove w/w arm , then a grommet and under the grommet is a bigger nut that helps hold the motor onto the door/hatch , when reinstalling before you put the w/w arm back on run the wiper and make sure it shuts off and in the park position . should be a piece of cake .

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: windshield wipers in front wont work but rear wipers work

Hi! U need to check the switch and the wiring circuit that controls the motor.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Rear Windshield Wiper Problems

Check the wiper motor connection if its touching anything and loose it will automatically ground out and check at connection make sure you put some gel and then snap it in/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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SOURCE: rear wiper not functioning

VERY COMMON FOR WIPER MOTOR TO FAIL DUE TO LACK OF USE... REPLACE THE MOTOR AND I RECCOMMEND USING IT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE... I USE MINE IN EVERY RAIN STORM..

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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