Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
Rear Window Wiper Motor
Rear wiper motor assembly and related components
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Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the wiper arm and blade.
Remove the liftgate interior trim.
Remove the motor attaching bolts (3). Disconnect the electrical leads.
Remove the wiper motor from the vehicle.
Install the wiper motor in position and connect the electrical leads.
Install the liftgate trim. Connect the negative battery cable.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you check for power to the relay and do you hear it click when you switch it on, the fuse and relay are the only things left execpt of course bad wiring or connectors
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: Im working on a 1999
Richard, I am actually going through some troubleshooting with the rear wiper on my 98 Passport. Mine runs . . . it just doesn't stop where and when it should anymore. There are some Rodeo/Passport enthusiast sites that have some threads on this. Many of them refer to replacing the Alarm Control Module (where the wiper relays are) or just removing/replacing the bad relays on the board if you know how to solder.
I've never soldered before in my life, but I replaced the relays on my Alarm Control Module the other day. Unfortunately it did not fix my problem--so I may have a bad motor or switch. But it might be worth a shot to look at the relays as your next item. It took me a couple hours to do it, but it wasn't too terrible once I figured out what I was doing.
Here is a link to the forum that helped me: http://forum.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic.php?t=5608
You might be able to find a workshop manual online.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
SOURCE: wiper motor stopped working. I
Wiper motors usually do not have a relay, they are operated directly from the switch. Before you look at wiring, check the fuse, wiper motors are notoriously reliable and something like a switch will go long before the wiper motor. The fuse must be in the main fuse box. The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, work your way through the fuses looking for a blown one. To ease your search the wiper fuse it should be around 15 to 20 amps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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can be faulty wiper motor or blown wiper control fuse.
you hear any kind of noise when you starter the wiper function. If yes then
fuse is ok, but issue is wiper motor.
no movement at all and no noise then its blown fuse or shorted/loose wiper
control wiring: -----
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