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Electrical? Wiper blades, heater, and radio only work when the key is turned back. They don't work once i start it up.

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Replace ignition switch.

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Does the heater motor work? Possible ignition switch causing problem. Turn wipers on and gently move key back/forward slightly with engine running to see if these accessories start working. If they do, ignition switch is at fault

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Needs heating coil


Do you mean "Heater Core"? If so, here are the instructions from the service manual:

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
2. Drain the cooling system.
3. Remove the cowl top vent panel.
4. Disconnect the heater hoses.
5. Remove the lower instrument panel utility compartment.
6. Remove the ash receptacle.
7. Remove the rear seat airflow duct.
1 Remove the pins.
2 Remove the duct.
8. Remove the center instrument panel support brackets.
9. Remove the cover screws from the A/C heater housing and remove the cover.
10 Remove the heater core.

NOTE: I personally do not see any reason to disconnect the battery cable. (I usually don't)
The cooling system does NOT have to be drained - I use a couple pairs of needle-nosed Vise-Grips to clamp the heater hoses closed before disconnecting them. That way, you don't loose all of your antifreeze.

The service manual also fails to mention that in order to remove the cowl top vent panel, the wiper blades/arms must be removed, the wiper motor electrical connector must be disconnected, and about 10 screws have to be removed. The whole wiper module assembly will lift out and give you lots of room to work with the heater hoses.

At least, this is one of the easier ones...the dash does not have to come out of the vehicle!

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1990 grand caravan wiper and radio works intermittently. Wiper will start if you give it a push on the wiper blade, but doesn't keep working. Radio comes on when it feels like it. When you turn the key, it...


Try cleaning the wiper motor ground wire at it's grounding point or where it connects to the frame. Also when a van or car sits for a while, things begin to rust. Try cleaning your ground from motor to frame & clean your battery terminals. There is a possibility that you have a flat spot on the wiper motor but I doubt it. Try these things I've suggested & I hope this solves your problem. Good luck!

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I cant figure out how to change my windshield wiper blades on 2001 ford ranger


How to Replace Wiper Blades Guide (Typical):
Potential tools needed to replace wiper blades:
  • Flat blade screwdriver (small)
  • Small nosed pliers
  • Latex or vinyl gloves
  • Safety goggles
To replace wiper blades theactual action of replacing the blade is no big deal, it's the locationof the blade down below the hood that can make it difficult though.Sometimes it helps to open the hood to gain access to the wiper blades.Other times it is helpful if the wiper blade is somewhere in the motionline of wiper action. The trick is to get the wiper to stop somewherein the wiper arc. Turn the wipers to the on position and allow thewipers to start, and then shut the key off when the wiper has arrivedin a desirable position on the windshield. To replace your wiper bladesplease follow the step by step instruction below. Also, watch the How to replace wiper blades video below to gain additional information. The method in which the wiper blades are attached will vary slightly.
  • Step 1: With the hood closed, turn the wiperson, when the wipers are in the middle of their arc turn the key to theoff position. (Note: if this can't be done because of wiper conditionand you want to avoid scratching the windshield please open your hoodto gain access)
  • Step 2: Locate the mounting clips at the top pivot on the wiper blade
  • Step 3: Release the clip and remove the wiper arm
  • Step 4: Match the size of the old blade against the new blade to ensure proper fit and operation
  • Step 5: Reinstall the new wiper blade and recheck wiper operation

Common Problems:
  • Make sure the wiper blades are the same size as the original blades.
  • When replacing wiper blades not getting the blade onthe mounting pin completely allowing the wiper arm to become dislodgedand possibly causing damage to the windshield.
  • Using wiper blades after the blade has failed permanently damaging the windshield by craving scratches in the wiper arc.
  • Wiper blade can create a chattering noise when theblade is not properly balanced allowing the blade to "flop" back andforth as the wiper direction changes.

I hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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How do I remove front wiper blades to replace with new ones on my 2006 nissan quest


How to Replace Wiper Blades Guide:
Potential tools needed to replace wiper blades:
  • Flat blade screwdriver (small)
  • Small nosed pliers
  • Latex or vinyl gloves
  • Safety goggles
To replace wiper blades the actual action of replacing the blade is no big deal, it's the location of the blade down below the hood that can make it difficult though. Sometimes it helps to open the hood to gain access to the wiper blades. Other times it is helpful if the wiper blade is somewhere in the motion line of wiper action. The trick is to get the wiper to stop somewhere in the wiper arc. Turn the wipers to the on position and allow the wipers to start, and then shut the key off when the wiper has arrived in a desirable position on the windshield. To replace your wiper blades please follow the step by step instruction below. Also, watch the How to replace wiper blades video below to gain additional information. The method in which the wiper blades are attached will vary slightly.
  • Step 1: With the hood closed, turn the wipers on, when the wipers are in the middle of their arc turn the key to the off position. (Note: if this can't be done because of wiper condition and you want to avoid scratching the windshield please open your hood to gain access)
  • Step 2: Locate the mounting clips at the top pivot on the wiper blade
  • Step 3: Release the clip and remove the wiper arm
  • Step 4: Match the size of the old blade against the new blade to ensure proper fit and operation
  • Step 5: Reinstall the new wiper blade and recheck wiper operation

Common Problems:
  • Make sure the wiper blades are the same size as the original blades.
  • When replacing wiper blades not getting the blade on the mounting pin completely allowing the wiper arm to become dislodged and possibly causing damage to the windshield.
  • Using wiper blades after the blade has failed permanently damaging the windshield by craving scratches in the wiper arc.
  • Wiper blade can create a chattering noise when the blade is not properly balanced allowing the blade to "flop" back and forth as the wiper direction changes.

I hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

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