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Wiper control module location on 2005 ford crown vic lx

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Built into the wiper motor.

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SOURCE: where is the wiper control module

i believe it is part of the wiper motor which should be located in the driver's side rear corner of the engine bay, on the firewall. Many 03 and up Fords use a "Smart motor" for the wipers which has the motor and a module in one piece.

here is a diagram

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SOURCE: 1994 ford crown vic front pass. side power window regulator...

Yes it is. They will need to be drilled out. Thats the best way, some people try to put bolts on, but I dont advise it.

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Yes they are easy to change, But they aren't cheap. I work on a lot of police cars and usually the light control module will have just one dead circuit in it, like no parking lights or no headlights. You can bypass the one circuit that is bad with a relay.

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Sometimes there are 3 (7mm) if not, the module clip/locks into place also with 2 plastic tabs.

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SOURCE: 2005 crown vic climate control

I can't say 100% on this but some vehicles still use vacuum to operate the blend air doors (electric solenoids or earlier cable to operate the tempature door).
You may have a vacuum issue and defrost would be the default position because you need your winshield clear more than heat on your face or feet.
Start at the intake manifold and follow your vacuum source.

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92 crown vic lx ... I changed the wiper motor, switch and the power train Control module. Still don't have wipers!! Any suggestiobs??? Thank you!




1. Access the interval governor located above the warning chime
under the driver side of the dash and disconnect it.

2. Install a jumper wire between the Dark Green (DG) wire and the Yellow/Red (Y/R) wire.

3. Install a 2nd jumper wire between the Dark Blue/Orange (DB/O) wire and a Black (BK) wire. Either BK wire of the module should work, both are dedicated chassis grounds for the module.

4. Turn the ignition switch to the Run position and verify that the wipers are running on low speed.

5. Disconnect the jumper wires.

6. Connect an ohmmeter between the Dark Blue/White (DB/W) wire and the Brown/White (BR/W) wire.
With the wiper switch in the OFF position, resistance should indicate about 47,500 ohms.

7. Move the wiper switch to the low speed position, resistance should change to indicate about 4000 ohms.

8. Move the switch to the high speed position, resistance should change to indicate less than 100 ohms.

9. If the wiper motor runs and the switch resistance checks as stated, replace the interval governor.

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i believe it is part of the wiper motor which should be located in the driver's side rear corner of the engine bay, on the firewall. Many 03 and up Fords use a "Smart motor" for the wipers which has the motor and a module in one piece.

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