The control lever for wipers on the Transit is able to move up and down (for operating the front wipers), but also can be moved towards and away from the driver to control the rear wipers. Push the wiper lever away from you (while seated in the driver seat) to turn off rear wipers.
how do i turn off rear wiper for my Montana van
it is on the same lever you turn your front wipers on with but you twist the the last inch of it
Use the same switch for the front wipers. Once the front wipers are switched on, the rear wiper will come on as well. However, a reverse twist of the switch would turn on just the rear wiper.
It's located on the signal indicator. Turn the knob up for the windshield wipers to come on.
The wiper control arm on the right of the steering column pulls forward to control the rear wiper. Push in the end button to spray wiper fluid. Push up to turn wipers on with arm pulled toward you. Push arm back away from you to return to front windshield wipers. Took me forever to figure this out as this was a work vehicle.
A bad relay switch will cause the windshield wipers to not turn off. Replace the relay switch and the windshield wipers should turn off.
No, because most vehicles do not even have rear wipers.
Check the motor for the wipers.
I'm not sure if the 92's are the same as my 95 but you will find the switch on the end of your signal light switch (turn it)
remove the wipers, turn on wiper switch, turn off switch, reinstall wipers @ bottom position torque nuts enough to secure the arm. turn on switch readjust as needed.
1. Turn on the rear windshield wipers. 2. Stop the wiper manually as it crosses the center of the window. 3. Lift the wiper blade up on the hinge as you would a front blade (this should de-activate the wiper mechanism and stop movement). 4. Change wiper blade. 5. Return blade to original position in which it was stopped. 6. Turn the wipers off then on.