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you need to remove the wiper arms and run the motor on intermittent position .insure the motor turn the right direction.turn the switch off and wait to stop in park position,remove the ignition key.replace the arms and tight,the bolt.run test
Try to run the motor without the wiper arms tightened down and turn it off so it can cycle down to its rest state. Then install the wiper arms.
Make sure, that the car's windshield wiper wiring is correct for this motor.
--- Wiper Arm & BladeRemoval & InstallationFrontTo Remove: CAUTION When the wipers are parked (off), the driver’s wiper arm must be above the passenger’s wiper arm.
Remove the clip holding the outside end of the wiper arm cover to the arm.
Lift the arm cap up to expose the nut.
Remove the wiper arm mounting nut.
Using a suitable two jaw puller, remove the wiper arm from the wiper pivot.
Verify that the wiper motor and linkage are in the parked position.
Place the wiper arm in position over the wiper pivot.
Install the nut to hold the wiper arm to the wiper pivot. Torque nut to 26 ft. lbs. (35 Nm).
CAUTION Make sure to tighten the wiper arm nut properly.
Push the arm cap cover down.
Secure the clip holding the cover to the wiper arm.
Excessive grease in wiper motor. Motor needs to be removed and the grease cleaned out. Regrease only the areas needing to be greased.
There is also a recall for this vehicle for the wiper module. Call the dealer with your vin # to see if it has been done. I will post the instructions for motor removal and install.
1. Turn the key to the OFF position. 2. Open the hood. 3. Remove the three push-in retainers that attach the air inlet grille (leaf screen) to the plenum sheet metal. 4 . Lower the hood to the secondary latch. 5. Using a suitable marker or masking tape, mark the location on both wiper blades on the windshield. 6. Remove the covers from the nuts that attach the wiper arms. 7. Remove the nuts from the wiper arms. Important If the rocking action in the next step fails to loosen the wiper arm, it may be necessary to use a standard top-post battery cable terminal puller to remove the wiper arm. 8. Rock the wiper arms back and forth to loosen and remove them from the wiper transmission shaft. 9. Remove the antenna mast. 10. Remove the 10 mm hex head nut that attaches the left and right ends of the air inlet grille to the plenum sheet metal. 11. Remove the air inlet grille and reposition it up to the windshield. It is not necessary to disconnect the washer hose. 12. Remove the two 10 mm hex head bolts that attach the wiper module to the plenum sheet metal. 13. Disconnect the electrical connector. 14. Position the new wiper module to the vehicle and connect the electrical connector. 15. Install the wiper module in the plenum sheet metal. 16. Install the two 10 mm hex head bolts that attach the module to the plenum sheet metal. Tighten nuts to 30 N·m (22 lb ft). 17.Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, turn the wiper switch ON, and visually verify that the wiper transmissions operate. After visually verifying operation, turn the wiper switch to the OFF position and allow the wiper transmissions to stop moving before turning the ignition switch to the OFF position. The wiper motor will now be in the PARK position. 18. Using the marks or masking tape that were placed on the windshield, align and position the wiper arms on the wiper transmission shafts. 19. Install the nuts on the wiper transmission shafts. Tighten the nuts to 30 N·m (22 lb ft). 20. Install the covers on the wiper arm nuts. 21. Remove the marks or masking tape from the windshield. 22. Open the hood. 23. Install the three push-in retainers that attach the air inlet grille to the plenum sheet metal. 24. Close the hood. 25. Verify that all functions of the wiper system (low, high, delay, etc.) operate properly.
2002 Ford F-250 Windshield Wiper Motor
Removal & Installation
1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. Turn the ignition switch ON until the wiper blades are straight up, then turn the ignition switch OFF.
2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
3. Remove the right-hand and left-hand windshield wiper arm and blade assemblies.
4. Remove the cowl top vent panels.
5. Detach the electrical hardness connector at the windshield wiper motor assembly.
6. Remove 3 wiper motor (module assembly) retaining bolts and remove the module assembly from the vehicle.
7. Remove the wiper linkage retaining bolt and remove the linkage from the wiper motor.
8. Remove 3 retaining nuts and remove the windshield wiper motor
9. Place the windshield wiper motor in position and install 3 retaining nuts. Tighten to 10-12 ft. lbs. (12-17 Nm).
10. Connect the wiper linkage to the windshield wiper motor and install the retaining bolt. Tighten the bolts to 14 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).
11. Place the wiper motor (module assembly) in position and install 3 retaining bolts. Tighten the bolts to 6 ft. lbs. (9Nm).
12. Install the electrical hardness connector to the windshield wiper motor.
13. Connect the negative battery cable.
14. Allow the windshield wiper motor to cycle several times while checking for proper wiper motor operation.
15. Turn the windshield wiper motor to the OFF position to park the wiper motor in the park position.
16. Install the cowl top vent panels.
17. Install the wiper arm and blade assemblies. Install the retaining nuts and tighten to 22-29 ft. lbs. (30-40 Nm).
18. Connect the negative battery cable.
19. Check the windshield wiper motor for proper operation and the wiper arms for adjustment.
Check that you have connected the wiper motor correctly - ensure that you havent inadvertently got the polarity wrong!.
Leave the wiper arms off until you get the motor to run and park using the normal wiper on/off switch.
The motor 'park' control switching is normally an integral part of the motor drive gear and is not adjustable.
During your testing, affix a temporary indicator pointer to the end of a wiper arm drive shaft (use masking tape or similar) to prevent damage to motor or levers.