When I use the intermittet wipers they stop at different spots (higher)on the window,then when I turn them of from this position they don't park,but I am able to easily push them down to the park position by hand??Any ideas?
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On the 94 Sable/Taurus if you are having the blades stop in a place on the windshielsd instead of "parking" on the cowl when you shut them off. You will probably have to replace the wiper govenor. This is a sealed module located behind and below the dash on the left side/drivers side. I can't say the exact spot as I have seen one out of position. A Mitchel's manual or your local Ford dealer should be able to tell you where it is and how to ID it. It used to a light color. Dealers also have a diagnostic manual for this problem, ask them. The module is not cheap, about 70 to 80 dollars. A junk yard should have one. Just be sure you diagnose the problem first.
Last edited by U-Boot; 03-19-2009 at 20:47.
The switch on the column. That is a very complicated switch. A multi function switch.
It has your wiper high, low,washer,impulse, and turn signals all in one. Oh Yah. Forgot.
It is also your high - low beam switch.
I don't think thats it because it stops all over the window.If I turn it on and off and catch it in the right spot they will park.........
I'd lean more towards a wiper motor than a MF switch. Here's the diagram:
And the diagnostic procedure:
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