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Hello, check under the engine hood. There could be a couple of black boxes with lids on them. Inside of these boxes are some fuses and relays. Under the lids of these boxes will be description of what fuses and relays are located in the box. Also, look around and see if you can locate the wind shield wipers electric plugs. Check this plug for corrosion, if it is corroded then clean the contact and use some dielectric grease on this plug. GB...stewbison
check your owners manual, most fords have two fuse panels one under the hood and one in the cabin, comminly the wiper fuse is located in the cabin panel. these are either behind the plastic panel by the passengers right foot or behind or under the glove box. the cover on the panel will probly list what fuse is what. good luck.
In winter time 90% of the time the fuse is the problem, people use them to clean snow, or they leave them on when they remote start the car and the windshield is covered by snow or ice. the fuse called wiper is located in the fuse box inside the driver cabin, good luck!
Chech the Fuses, wiper motor, and on/off switch (all need to be checked out) on/off swith can wear thin and no longer make contact inside the switch and wiper blades need to be in good working condition. Refer to you owners manual in the glove box for info on fuses, their relations to other systems and locations in the fuse box.
for the rear wiper check fuses # 7 and #12 in the fuse box inside the vehicle.....as far as the seat one of the seat motors are bad and the only way to repair it is get a used seat or order a new seat tack from the dealer...the motors are not offered separate