1996 Ford F150
Wipers will not work at all. Just a clicking sound from near/behind the glove box when the switch is turned on.
Originall I thought it was the wiper motor, but I replaced it with a new one 2 days ago. It did the same thing. However. The NEW motor was making a soft humming sound & heat came from it after shutting the truck off. The OLD motor did'nt do that. I took the new motor back to advanced auto, and got the old one back. Since it didnt solve the problem (thinking the old one was still good) The old motor doesnt heat up like the new one did, what does that mean?
Now I am afraid that the old motor is NOT good since it didnt make that noise or heat up. But I didnt think about that when getting it back after returning the new motor. I did my research and there is no relay or anythoing on this truck. All there is-
1. Wiper motor
3. Fuse (which I replaced)
So my next attempt is to replace the switch. I don't know if their is another fuse to the wipers or not. Are there normally 2 fuses? There is a fuse box under the hood. But nothing is labeled. (Not my truck & no book)
How hard is it to replace the switch? The washer fluid comes out, turn signal works, it just the wipers that dont work. Any advice would be helpfull.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007 AT 11:19 PM