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Windshied wipers not working 1997 ford explorer

Is it the relay ? and where can i find a diagram for the fuse panel? i do not have the owners manuel

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I have the owners manual all I need is a email box to send it.

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  • jaysonbermud Feb 24, 2009

    Go to DIYREPAIRMANUAL.com there you will find the right repair or owners maual you may need.GOOD LUCK

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