Question about Ford Focus
IF its below a certain temperature outside the wipers will not work, once it warms up they move really slow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: very slow wipers
Hi gerry the wipers are eletric what year is it this sound like a wiper spindle seezing up spray oil down behind the wiper arm, try that might just be freeezeing up D
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
If this is happening in freezing temps when you are driving or after the vehicle has been sitting it is because the wiper blades are freezing to the windshield. Before you start them lift the arms from the windshield to free them and they should work but if you run them with Ice on the windshield you will damage the blades. The only other reason for this happening is moisture in the motor freezing them up or on the connections causing a short. Since you replaced the motor that pretty much eliminates the moisture in the motor problem. I had this problem with a Dodge Shadow once and resolved it by simply making sure the wipers were free in the mornings before I started and after each stop. It doesn't take much to freeze them up on the windshield at those temperatures.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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