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Problem started with rear wiper only working intermentendly, then, when putting rear wiper to the on position, the back door would unlock... this is an 04 focus wagon, then it started to unlock when i put the key into the run position. any suggestions. i've looked for bare wires in the areas that looked that there may be problems, i.e top of rear door where the wire harness comes out of the main part of the body into the rear door, too no avail. thanks

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You will have to inspect the cigarette lighter closely, I suspect your son has bent the 2 terminals that make contact with the lighter, and this will continually giving you a dead short and blow your new fuse.
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