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The windshield wipers on my 2006 ford focus just stopped working. When i hit the switch I can hear the motor running but wipers do not move. I think the linkage is damaged but when I went to take everything apart to find the challenge it seemed half the firewall needs to come out to access the issue. Are there any no cost diagrams to walk me through he process of removing all the parts necessary to access the WW Linkage? Thank in advance BT

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Not that i know off but its not that difficult to remove the plastic cover under the windscreen ,remove the wiper arms then the torx headed screws and away you go shouldnt take more than 10 mins to gain access even for a novice weekend mechanic to accomplish

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Pin Number Circuit Circuit Function 1 57 (BK) Wiper Motor Ground (Park) 2 28 (BK/PK) Wiper Module to Wiper Motor (Park Switch) 3 65 (DG) Wiper Motor Power (Park Feed) 4 61 (Y/R) Wiper Motor Common (RUN) 5 56 (DB/O) Wiper Motor LO 6 58 (W) Wiper Motor HI
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  • When the turn signal and windshield wiper switch is in the HI position, the common brush and the white wire brush are used.
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