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#1 Sparticus

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 03:53 PM

I have a 2004 Focus TDCi, Zetec with an ever increasing intermittent rear wipe. Starts and then stops half way through the cycle.

I think it may be the relay and if it is will have to replace.

1. Is this relay under the dashboard, how easy is to get at?
2. Can you just pull them out?
3. How much do they cost approx?

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#2 DAM13N

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 07:42 PM

I have a 2004 Focus TDCi, Zetec with an ever increasing intermittent rear wipe. Starts and then stops half way through the cycle.

I think it may be the relay and if it is will have to replace.

1. Is this relay under the dashboard, how easy is to get at?
2. Can you just pull them out?
3. How much do they cost approx?

Many Thanks


i had the same problem on my dads 52 plate ghia tdci, the wiper sticks when you push the wiper control down for one swoop.. simple to fix pull down the clove compartment so its on the car floor, you will see i think two big relays, i think of the top of my head its the right relay, pull it out and replace, its about 9/10 quid from ford.

and simple

hope it helps

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 12:01 AM

Thanks DAM 13N

Did you have to pull off the battery leads before you removed the relay? read somewhere that this is necessary?

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