how to replace a rear wiper motor on a 2002 ford escape?

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Answered: Emission test failed after new battery installed in the 2001 ford escape

It needs to go through a drive cycle, drive it about 40 miles, should do the trick! If not take it to the dealer and see if there are any updates for the PCM!

Answered: How to turn dashboard lights on 2006 ford escape

It should be near the dashpanel by the headlight on/off knob. A dial that will turn in two different directions, one direction for dimmer and one for brightness. Check the owner's manual or ask a dealer.

Answered: How do I replace a 2012 ford Escape Power Train Automatic transmission

Take it back to the dealer and have it repaired/replaced. It should still be under warranty.

Answered: Rear wipers

cars that has less windows can't have more dirts rather than 5 window cars.

Answered: How to change wiper switch on a 2010 ford escape

Be sure the ignition is off. Pull the negative battery terminal cable. Remove the wiring harness. Install the new switch. Reattach the wiring harness. Reconnect the battery cable.

Answered: Ford escape 2002 clutch replacement cost?

$800.00 to 1,000.00
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Why will my wipers not park on my 2010 Ford Escape XLT?

It sounds like your controller switch is fried. Replace it.

What do you think of the Ford Escape Hybrid?

Hard to say, up until now, the only hybrid vehicle which really made a difference was the Prius. I do expect that similar cars will turn more popular, We'll just have to wait and see.

Wipers will not turn on on 78 chevy truck.

Do you know where the ground wire is located?I have had no success tracing it from the switch or finding a diagram.I suspect that the ground may be the trouble being that it is a rust belt truck.

Why capacitor used on 12 volt wiper motor?

Capacitors are usually used on an electric motor to give an initial surge of current to start the motor's armature spinning.