Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Check to ensure the fuses are good first. also try and move the wipers on the outside with your hand while turning them on inside. if they move down and stop again the motor could be bad. checking for proper power and grounds is essentially in any good diagnostic, but wiring diagrams or a good understanding of how it works are needed for proper testing and diagnostics. More then likely the wiper motor may have given out. however in some cases the linkage or wiper transmission can let go from the motor so check to see if you hear the motor running with no wiper action. i hope this will help you
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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