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Old 03-26-2015
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intermittent wiper problems

I am new here and would like to say hello first of all. I have done alot of reading on the wiper problems and it seems to be a common issue. I have a 2001 ford ranger. My problems started with my wiper delay working sometimes and then just quit. All I have now is hi. This is what I have done. Changed the wiper motor. Changed the MFS and changed the GEM. Nothing worked. I have noticed with the wipers in the delay position you can hear a clicking noise come from the relay. I swapped it out with another relay and I could still hear the clicking noise like it was working the delay function. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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