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2000 Ford Expedition and the windshield wipers work randomly

My 2000 Ford Expedition windshield wipers work when in the off position. I don't know how to get them off. Hopefully they will work when I need them as the sun is always shining when they work.

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I've heard of this before. Here's a detailed article on how to fix it - http://www.fordf150.net/howto/fix-intermittent-wiper-problem.php

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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