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Old 10-04-2005, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
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electrical problem with wiper, windows, int. lights

Iíve got a 1994 Eddie Bauer Explorer. Itís operated great until the
last two or three months. Now, the windows, wipers and interior lights
have intermittently stopped working. Iíve replaced the ignition
switch, and was told it might be the GEM module, but Iím weary of
replacing it unless I know for fact that that what is wrong. Has
anybody else had this problem, or know what else it could be? My tech
told me short of going circuit by circuit and replacing each one along
the way that he was at a loss as to what it could exactly be, and our
local Ford garage has no idea?
Any ideas?

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Old 10-04-2005, 20:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: electrical problem with wiper, windows, int. lights

In article <1_679266_6c7d0a728c982780de2839ceebf765bc@autoforumz.com>,
transam <UseLinkToEmail@AutoForumz.com> wrote:

> Iíve got a 1994 Eddie Bauer Explorer. Itís operated great until the
> last two or three months. Now, the windows, wipers and interior lights
> have intermittently stopped working. Iíve replaced the ignition
> switch, and was told it might be the GEM module, but Iím weary of
> replacing it unless I know for fact that that what is wrong. Has
> anybody else had this problem, or know what else it could be? My tech
> told me short of going circuit by circuit and replacing each one along
> the way that he was at a loss as to what it could exactly be, and our
> local Ford garage has no idea?
> Any ideas?


The ground, maybe? (Rust somewhere there shouldn't be?)

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Old 10-04-2005, 20:01   #3 (permalink)
Ron Crismond
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Re: electrical problem with wiper, windows, int. lights

I had a problem like yours, I had to replace the main fuse block.
It got shorted and rusted out. The windshield was leaking at the top and
water was running bonto the fuse block. I repplaced myself and have not
had a problem since. Fuse block cost was 97.00

transam wrote:
> Iíve got a 1994 Eddie Bauer Explorer. Itís operated great until the
> last two or three months. Now, the windows, wipers and interior lights
> have intermittently stopped working. Iíve replaced the ignition
> switch, and was told it might be the GEM module, but Iím weary of
> replacing it unless I know for fact that that what is wrong. Has
> anybody else had this problem, or know what else it could be? My tech
> told me short of going circuit by circuit and replacing each one along
> the way that he was at a loss as to what it could exactly be, and our
> local Ford garage has no idea?
> Any ideas?
>


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