Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
When using the intermittent wiper function, the wipers stop at random locations during sweep. Only after operating in the continuous mode for several minutes do they park correctly at the cowl. Does the motor contain a switch or is there a separate circuit that controls the park position?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Window wash sprayer
If you're having difficulty identifying fuses then I would suggest taking the car to a repairs garage or your nearest mamufacturers dealership. However the most likely cause of the fault; given the symptoms you have explained; is that the washer motor has burnt out. These are awkward to access but cheap to buy and easy to replace.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
the fuse is the same as for the wipers and push on washer switch and see if you can hear washer pump run,otherwise try this (unless the motor pump has been dry run too long and ruined pump assy) and can't pump any longer go to a garage that has compressed air and at the wiper nozzles first gently blow air into each nozzle, then go to reservoir and remove supply hose to wiper nozzles and blow air gently and see if there's an obstruction in the line, you can use say 30 lbs max,reason being if any hoses where you cant get to them they can blow off fittings, also take air hose and on top of reservoir blow into hole on top of reservoir to push product thru lines and help pump (same as removing hose) on reservoir, I bet its unprimed itself or blocked with dirt,try this first
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
I have a 1996 Ford Taurus with a similar malfunction the intermittent wiper function is erratic, but the wipers park properly. I'm the original owner & this malfunction was in the car from the factory. I have a regular Ford Dealership manual & came to the conclusion that the Generic Electronic Module located behind the fuse panel is bad (computer glitch in programming) ! Ford Dealers want over $ 300.00 for a brand new module, I haven't checked with my local used auto parts recycler yet, but I know it will be less than the dealer price !
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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