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Old June 10th, 2011, 11:57 PM
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As the weather warmed up this spring I began to experience intermittent problems with my windshield wipers. It seems to only happen when the cab is warm. Leaving for work in the morning the wipers always seem to work. Get in after work and they don't. Sometimes after driving for a while they will begin working. I have tried wiggling the key and the wiper handle and that makes no difference. I have raised and lowered the tilt without any impact. It is almost as thought there is no power or ground to the circuit until something resets. Anyone else experience this problem? I'm new to the forum and would certainly appreciate and help.
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I have'nt heard of that problem; but I think your on the right track checking electrical
must be a bad connection and check the fuse and or replace; you'll have to look in the manual for the location
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As the weather warmed up this spring I began to experience intermittent problems with my windshield wipers. It seems to only happen when the cab is warm. Leaving for work in the morning the wipers always seem to work. Get in after work and they don't. Sometimes after driving for a while they will begin working. I have tried wiggling the key and the wiper handle and that makes no difference. I have raised and lowered the tilt without any impact. It is almost as thought there is no power or ground to the circuit until something resets. Anyone else experience this problem? I'm new to the forum and would certainly appreciate and help.
i dont know for sure about the 150s .. however the 250-350-450 1999 to 2004 did have a problem with the switch . you might try calling your local ford dealer to see if they have sold very many for your model truck . If so get back with me and i can tell you how to replace it . hope this helps you ... And welcome to F T C


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