You either have a bad relay, wiper motor, or bad switch.
i put a new windshield wiper moter in and the fuses are fine but my wipers still wont work
Your wiper arms that run from the wiper motor to the windshield wipers may be binding and need to be replaced
On my 95 Taurus the cruise control wires broke off inside the steering wheel. After reconnecting them the system worked fine.
the windsheild wiper motor clutch/windlatch is broken
there is a metal tab that your wiper motor is supose to catch most likely its bent same thing happened to me i just banged it back in to place
Believe it or not, these are symptoms that occur when there is a problem with the TRS (Transmission Range Sensor). The sensor is starting to fail and needs replacement. The instructions will say you need a specialized tool to align the sensor up but that is not true. When you take it out and put it back in, just make sure your car is in the Neutral Position and you will be fine. This happened to me and I found it odd that the Transmission Range Sensor would affect these areas, but it does. Good luck!
you maybe needing to replace your speed sensor. mine is doing the same thing and that is what is wrong with it
Wiper motors have a "park" function designed in to return the wipers to the bottom of the windshield. It is a small contact on a cam inside the motor that keeps the motor going after the driver's control switch has opened until the blades are positioned correctly. If the wipers stop at random points when the wipers are turned off, or during intermittent operation, that park contact may have broken or the cam has slipped. Some wiper motors can be opened and the problem fixed, but you can usually get a wiper motor at the junkyard for less than $20 and switch it out. In rare cases the problem is a loose power connection to the wiper motor, but if they seem to run fine when turned on, I'd doubt that is the cause.
Yes they do. They're working just fine.
Yes you can. The transmission is about the same with minor changes to some of the brackets. You can replace those brackets with the brackets off the transmission from the 2001
I have a 1991 Ford Explorer and my windows and radio and windshield wipers won't work unless i push the key in between run and start and then they will work. If you take out your key/tumber assembly a large flathead screwdriver can start your car. I was told by a co-worker that when you turn your key your pushing a rod through the steering column to a contact i your console....... it makes fine contact while starting but once started loses good contact because the rod retracts after you have started the vehicle. Hence, why when you push it to start again it regains contact... he also said that you can adjust the rod so that this problem stops.... I'm stuck at finding that rod..... any help would be great.
I realize this is written for a Ford Taurus; however, the steps should be exactly the same:http://www.taurusclub.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=52556
I don't know all of the services that Midas offers coupons on, but I know the major ones. I have seen coupons on oil changes, tire balancing and rotations, windshield wipers, and tune ups. If you are concerned you might want to check with your local Midas, but you should be fine.
Your 3.0 Ford Taurus has a timing chain and is non-interference. No scheduled replacement is necessary. The only 3.0 Ford Taurus that had a belt was the SHO model, which had a Yamaha built 3.0 V6. I think it may have been a mistype, but the motor IS and interference motor, which is why you need to be careful. However, there is no belt, so if you are not messing with the chain then you will be fine because unless there is a problem with a tensioner, guide or the actual chain, your engine will not jump time. If it does, however, you will be bending valves or notching pistons.
If the check engine light is coming on periodically when hitting a bump in a 1995 Ford Taurus, perhaps a sensor is loose. Check both the oxygen sensors and the speed sensors on the transmission. Also check all sensors in the engine to make sure they are tight.
the air conditioner and heater are two separate things.(not connected) ;) it may have a fuse. or the it could just be bad.
because your out of fluid or the lins arnt hooked up rightAnother AnswerSometimes, "cheap" windshield washer fluid will evaporate and leave a "dust" residue that clogs the lines that lead to the nozzles, and may also clog the nozzles. Remove the lines from the nozzles from under the hood and use a very fine wire to clean out the nozzles and the lines. Before you reinstall the lines on the nozzles, turn on the sprayer and spray out any dust left within the lines.
it could be your turn signal/windshield wiper/hi-lo beam switch on the steering wheel has gone bad ---- See "Related Questions" below for another thing to try out - WD-40 in the hazard switch...
Driving around in Indiana with a windshield suffering from a small crack is fine. But, if the crack exceeds the size of a credit car the glass must be replaced.
it seems to me that you are having issues with the body control module as this module controls your intermittent wiper speed and the rest of the speeds are controlled directly by the wiper switch . regards , ashish