wiper problem on 2000 Ford Explorer

started the car while the wipers were frozen. I only have high wiper speed now. What's the fix?

by in Catonsville, MD on February 11, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on February 11, 2010
probably need to replace the wiper motor about $75 (rebuilt) at www.napaonline.com
ANSWER by on February 19, 2010
check the wiper relay located under the hood with other fuses. buying a relay is WAY cheaper than replacing the motor for no reason! relays are bigger than regular fuses, consult manual to find relays.
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