Windshield wipers stoped working on my 2004 Mustang, replaced the motor and now have only 2 speeds and the wipers stop in the position their in when you turn off the switch. WHY?

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Asked by Oct 25, 2013 at 12:48 PM about the 2004 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

During a rain storm while driving home from work the wipers just stopped working. Everything had worked fine up untile that point, multi-speeds, washer, turn off switch and blades return to bottom position. Replaced motor and now only have 2 speeds and the blades will not return to bottom position when you turn off switch.

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....well you are right...there is supposed to be a "park" position whereby the motor is energized until the cycle is complete...will have to look at your electrical schematic, but sounds to me like a connector was put on backwards~

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Okay? The wiper motor has a 6 wire plug connector, one way off one way on, what could be backwards about that? Could it be the new wiper motor not wired properly. I'm at a lost thanks for your help.

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...off by one tooth? do not know your connector~ I will try to find YOUR schematic to see what colors do what (if need be.)~

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