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1998 Mustang V6, Location Of Wiper Control module

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My 18 year old just bought a 1998 Mustang (V6) and the wipers and washer stopped working.

We pulled the switch controls and tested it, and it appears to be fine - all the values match the schematic we found on line. Since the washers don't work either, I am pretty sure it is the wiper control module. But dammed if we can find it. Anyone have a photo or a really good description of where it is located?

If anyone thinks it might be something else, please let me know. The wipers are dead, the washer is dead - I don't hear the relay when when hit the switches either. We checked the fuse, and I think we cheched the right one, #2 30A (by the way, the fuse box is a 1997 layout according the the manual 1997 manual even though it is a 1998)

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Here is a diagram of the fuse box if that helps
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the module is on the drivers side, under the dash behind everything.

Here is a diagram for you:

http://www.customcaraudio101.com/images/78103370.gif Look on the right side of the diagram for module location.

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Oh, I know where that is. We just ripped out a dash and replaced it last week. That was my side I was responsible for.

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We found the module, and it turns out while the kid was pulling on cables trying to get his alarm to work, he managed to pull the connector out of the wiper module - so he plugged it back in, after finding it, and all is fixed. Thanks for all your help.
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Help!

Whats up......K soo I have 94 mustang. I changed the switch, the motor, and fuse. Where the hell is this module.

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Hi,
My 18 year old just bought a 1998 Mustang (V6) and the wipers and washer stopped working.

We pulled the switch controls and tested it, and it appears to be fine - all the values match the schematic we found on line. Since the washers don't work either, I am pretty sure it is the wiper control module. But dammed if we can find it. Anyone have a photo or a really good description of where it is located?

If anyone thinks it might be something else, please let me know. The wipers are dead, the washer is dead - I don't hear the relay when when hit the switches either. We checked the fuse, and I think we cheched the right one, #2 30A (by the way, the fuse box is a 1997 layout according the the manual 1997 manual even though it is a 1998)

Thanks for your help
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