Question about Ford Escape
I would first chech the fuse panel. The location of the rear wiper's fuse will be in your owner's manual. Replace it even if it looks OK. Spray a little WD 40 or electrical contact cleaner over the entire panel to displace moisture. If the motor still does not run, the problem lies either with the switch or with the motor itself. It is possible to access the wires and use a 12V souce to jump and run the motor, but it's best to take your Ford to a reliable mechanic.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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