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Interior highbeam&Wiper Switch

Hey im new to this site and hope im in the right place.. So I live in Colorado and winter is coming upon us and im not to handy with electrical. Thus Being said I have a 1999 ford F250 I have a problem with my windshield wiper problems such as there is a delay when I engage the the switch, and when I push in the knob no juice comes out (fluid is in there)

My headlights work along with highbeams and turn signals so my question is could it be the switch that controls from the cab??(the turn signal and wiper switch)??

Sorry and thanks for your help

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It could be,,, but you might want to do some more testing to confirm it before you replace it.

First, it's called a MultiFunction Switch and cost, on eBay, around $35 Chinese and $100 FoMoCo. It's not too hard to replace, you just need to know how to pull the Ignition Cylinder out to get the column covers off.

Next, I would want to know that the washers will work, that is, everything is OK except it switch's "signal" isn't getting to it. The wiper motor too. Is it OK and just not working properly because of the switch. You'll need to dig-in a little further to confirm though. Is there power, when there's supposed to be, at that stuff when they're activated...
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