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Window wipers not working

89 f150 when wipers are turned on you can hear it working, but the wipers are not moving.

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Probably the nylon gear inside the wiper motor broke. Some are serviceable, some are not. If you want a used one go to car-part.com and look on page with asterisk for lowest cost.
For new gear (If serviceable) call tascafordparts.com for a discounted part.

Look into the cowl grille at the base of the windshield and watch to see if the linkages are moving back and forth. If not, it is the motor or gear inside the motor.

please rate highly if htis helps.

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