Question about 2003 Ford Taurus
This sounds like a wiring or switch problem. If you wish to trouble shoot this yourself, you may want to inspect the switch on the steering column if you can check the inside of the steering column for physical damages such as loose connection or wires or connections in contact with each other or other metal parts. This may cause a closed circuit which supplies continuous power to the wiper. You may want to inspect the relays if the for the same damages or the relay may be bad. If you there are none found you may want to trace the wires. Grounded wires may cause this. Look for insulators that may have gone bad or exposed copper which may touch the body of the car.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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