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1994 f350: wipers wont work..picture of the module so I can find it

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Hi Austin
I have a 1994 f350,my wiper interval soloniod is acting up ,wipers wont work like they should. Do you have a picture of the module so I can find it. Thanks for your help



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  1. Open hood and disconnect battery ground cable .
  2. Remove glove box.
  3. Using the glove box opening for access, disconnect main wiring .
  4. From under the instrument panel, use a flat-edged screwdriver to remove Wiper Control Module from tabs on bracket.
  5. Remove wiper control module from the vehicle.

    For installation, follow removal procedures in reverse order.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Hi Austin do you have a part number for wiper control module
I'll get it for you and post it right back
The part number is XXXXX list price is $166.53
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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Thank you have a good day. Bernie
You are welcome and thank you.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Hi Chuck

If you are still on line I removed wiper module my part number is17d539-ca. Do you know why the number is XXXXX? this truck was made in march of 94,that does make a diference,every time I get parts they ask me the month. Sounds like I am talking about a model T,doesnt it. LOL

The number you are seeing on the module is an engineering number. The part number on your veihcle has been supperceeded to the number I gave you. The old number was F4TZ-17C676-AA


What is the first part of that number on your module anyway? I can run another check and make sure it matches.

Ok it shows the engineering number as F4TF-17D539-CA and the old part number as F4TZ-17C476-CA. This number has been superceeded to the YC2Z-17C476-AA
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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Thanks Chuck Have a good weekend whats left BY
Mine was actually over yesterday. Had to work today. But it was a nice steady day not to hectic.