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2002 ford windstar lx Rear intermittent wiper not working...i checked the fuse and it was blown...we replaced it now the rear windsheild washer is working but the wiper is still not working... also the lock on the left side sliding door gets stuck a lot...it wont unlock... can u please help me

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Check to be sure there is not a seperate fuse for the wiper. Check power and ground at the motor. if you have power and ground replace the motor. if you don't, check for a break in the wires where the harness bends at the tailgate. take the interior door trim apart to unlock and open then inspect the inside of the door and all components. i can't really help with seeing it. the econolines have issues with the lock cylinders.

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