No, the wipers do not go down to the bottom when i turn them off. They
stop at the spot where i turn them off, so i have to turn the wipers
off when they reach the bottom. So do you think it has to do with the
brush your talking about? If so, what should I do with/to it?
Hahaha, dont worry about it. I grew up my whole life in kentucky where
people called it a "flicker", so you cant blame me LOL. :P
"Ford Tech" wrote:
> >I have a 6-cyl 3.0L Auto 93' Ford Ranger. Ever since i bought
> > (used) about a year ago, its had this annoying wiper
> problem. Here's
> > the deal: The wiper is controlled by a rotating knob on the
> end of the
> > blinker stick. In order to control the speed of the wipers,
> you have
> > to turn it counter-clockwise, going from slowest to the
> highest speed.
> > The problem is that the wipers only work when you put it on
> > speed. So in order to use the wipers, you have to turn the
> > clockwise all the way to where you cant turn it anymore for
> it to
> > work. You can see why this would be a nuisance, as I
> personally look
> > like an idiot putting my wipers on high in light rain. I
> would really
> > appreciate the help, as I dont want to take it to a shop
> because of
> > what a small, useless problem it is.
> > Thanks, Adam
> You could have one of two problems.
> Could be a bad multifunction switch, OR it could be a bad low
> speed brush in
> the motor. I doubt the brush though, cause you didnt say
> anything about them
> not returning to full bottom when you turn them off.
> I would go after that multi-function switch (blinker
> handle-LOL).... Sorry,
> didnt mean to laugh at you...
> Ford Tech