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under the dash , on the passenger side , behind the glove box . on some fords , you have to take the blower motor out to get to some of the screws to the heater box .sometimes the heater box has threaded studs that go through the firewall with fastening nuts under the hood at the bottom of the a c box .
You need to take the plastic cowls off that cover the wiper arm linkage and wiper transmission to inspect it...cowl is held on with 3 Phillips screws near windshield and some one inch wide metal clips, take off the gasket that fits on top. If both are not working check the transmission where linkages attach, if one wiper blade is not working it is usually the drivers side where the nylon bushing that forns a ball/socket sort of connection fails due to build up of debris and the rusting of parts that follows, let me know if this helps.
remove steering wheel you will need a Polly then signal stat then there will be a screw or a push pin then pol it out .be hind the steering wheel there,s a snap ring remove thesis tricky you should have experiences.
It sounds like you have lost a tooth from the edge of the fly wheel. Remove the starter motor and check its pinion drive gear for integrity. Whilst the motor is off ease the flywheel round by using a large screw driver to lever it one tooth at a time. If all teeth are intact and pinion gear is OK then it could be either the contact brushes or the armature contact area in the starter motor that have become worn. If brushes just replace them. If armature - replace the motor.
it is on the fender near the battery and is also referred to as the starter solenoid (if you follow the large wire from the positive terminal of the battery at the other end will be your relay/solenoid) hope this helps!
Start at the top and remove every screw or bolt that you can find going through it. As you remove one from the right side, look for another one on the left side in the same basic area. You might have to stand on your head to find a few of them.