mine does the same. my problem is the motor mount
I would run a jumper wire direct to the wiper motor to see if it powers up. If no power, motor is shot.
Check the fuel pump, rotor, and distributor cap.
A slim, light body and a powerful motor.
There could be two causes. The first is the fuse could be blown and the second is the motor may have went bad.
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how do you replace rear wiper motor on a 1997 ford explorer
its next to the blower motor
If you use the motor mounts off of the 1991 explorer also, it will fit and transmission should line up if it is same size motor. If going from a automatic to a standard, you will have to replace the flywheel.
What I did was find the correct fuse for for the ABS motor and remove the fuse . the abs light will stay on but this did it for me. or find the motor just in front of the master cylinder and unplug it.
it on the blower motor housing
How do you replace a power window motor ( rear passenger side ) in a 2002 Ford Explorer
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Do you hear the motor running? If there is no sound, the motor has probably burnt out and needs to be replaced. If you do hear the motor running, you've probably stripped a gear. They can sometimes be replaced, but it might be more cost effective to replace it.
A vehicle's engine is sometimes call a motor. The electric fan's motor stopped working. I want to get a motor bike.
A check engine light in a 1997 Ford Explorer can be a bad sensor, or the motor could be faulty. You will need to get it checked by a professional to know for sure. Your friendly local auto parts store can scan for codes and determine what you should do next at no cost.
Check the linkage connected to the wiper motor and make sure that it is still connected. Look at the unit with the wiper motor running. if the motor shaft is turning and the wipers aren't then your linkage has a broken or missing pin somewhere.
You can make a motor stronger by always checking the engine, checking the oil, and brake light functions. Makes sure that you drive safely and do not stall it.
I have a 1996 explorer with 265,000 on her with original tranny and motor
yes. they are the same motor
The 1995 Ford Explorer blower motor relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The blower motor relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
Could be bad switch? Bad motor? Broken wire in door hinge area Check to see if you are getting power to motor If you are motor is defective If not check out other mentioned areas
sounds to me like your blowe moter is shorted out. u can use a test light to check for power at the motor,if you can also pull fuse out of fuse box to check fues BUT the blower motor will notstop heater working if no heat ,it is your heater core
The fuse, if not, then the switch, then the motor, but by then you will also need a test light and/or a DMM.
it makes the armature into a magnet that makes the motor turn