wiper fuse

Asked by Nov 21, 2019 at 06:48 PM about the 1989 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair


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might look inside the Glovebox for a road map of each fuse~ this information is fairly common~ might just do a seach on those parameters for your answer, most likely a fuse at the kick panel or near the firewall~ they should be identified~

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Oftentimes the wiper motor has an internal circuit breaker instead of a fuse in the fuse box. If it trips the wipers will stop. Then after a few minutes the circuit breaker will reset and the wipers will start again. If this is happening repeatedly make sure the wiper transmission is not getting stuck or binding in any way. Heavy ice and snow can trip the circuit breaker sometimes. But if no issues are found I'd suspect replacing the wiper motor. Hope that helps! Jim

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