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Rear wiper not working on ford explorer, 1999.

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may have to replace the entire arm assembly as the tensioner spring in the wiper itself is worn

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you can unbolt the wiper arm and change to where you think it should be then bolt it back up /Please rate my response thank you very mudh

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SOURCE: 1999 ford explorer rear wiper don't work

hi there
this is pretty typicalof rear wipers check fuse first to make sure it is good if that doesnt work it is probably the motor which goes out and you can pick one up at your local auto parts store hope this will help you and have a great day

Posted on Aug 21, 2011

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1999 ford explorer rear wiper don't work


hi there
this is pretty typicalof rear wipers check fuse first to make sure it is good if that doesnt work it is probably the motor which goes out and you can pick one up at your local auto parts store hope this will help you and have a great day

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I usually fix this by bending the arm as low as possible to the base part just make sure the arm doesnt hit the glass handle when it sweeps

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1999 Ford Explorer Rear Windshield Wiper


may have to replace the entire arm assembly as the tensioner spring in the wiper itself is worn

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1999 Ford Explorer Rear Windshield Wiper


you can unbolt the wiper arm and change to where you think it should be then bolt it back up /Please rate my response thank you very mudh

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