Can a multi-function on a '96 Windstar be changed without pulling the
steering wheel? Also has anyone had any luck using contact cleaner to clean
the wiper switch contacts. The wiper is intermittent at best, but I'm not
sure of the location of the contacts or where to spray. Any ideas or help
On Wed, 26 Jan 2005 23:37:06 -0800, "Matt" <schirmy at
comcast dot net> wrote:
You do not have to remove the steering wheel but, you do
have to remove the plastic covers around the column. The
contacts are sealed inside the switch. IMHO, it wouldn't be
worth the effort to disassemble the switch. Don't forget
that, although the multifinction switch is usually the
problem, problems do develop within the wiper governor and
the wiper motor.
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