Question about 1997 Ford Expedition
There could be a number of issues to look at. Does the motor work or is it a broken wireor is the fuse blown or bad ground to wiper motor. Check fuses first if O.K. go to the rear door panel & access the motor. Once there check the ground connection & make sure motor is well grounded. Turn motor switch on & using a probe tester check to see if power is getting to motor. If it is not, go to the wiring harness flex point between door & frame & pry back outer covering to reveal the wires. Check for a broken wire.If you have power & ground is good Take motor off & check motor on the bench using A 12 volt power scource. If it does not work replace motor. If this advice helps please fell free to recommend accordingly. Thanks!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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