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Old 09-21-2012, 10:54 PM   #11
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I have since replaced the battery and solved the dead battery problem. I replaced the wiper relay and can now get front wipers to park. My current problems are no intermittent wipers, no interior dome lights, no rear wiper, no rear defrost, no power mirrors. I assume these are all linked somehow. Could a corroded battery ground cause these problems? It starts just fine.
The intermittant wipers, washer pump, and rear wiper use the generic electric module (right A pillar).

The interior lights and side mirrors are all powered off the same circuit coming off terminal 5 on the battery saver relay. They junction off at the "in door lock feed wiring harness" The other side of the circuit, the ground, is shared by them as well, it;s listed as on the left A pillar.
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Old 10-03-2012, 04:45 PM   #12
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Tycoon any update on this? I am having the exact same problem as you. I read on another thread that it could possibly be the #63 fuse on the back of the fuse box. Im going to check that tonight along with my relay. Let you know what happens.
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Old 10-03-2012, 05:53 PM   #13
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Did, you see my post? I fixed this issue with used GEM module. Some models call it a security module.
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Old 10-04-2012, 10:41 AM   #14
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Did, you see my post? I fixed this issue with used GEM module. Some models call it a security module.
Now I do, I must have skimmed over it. Were is the thing located on the vehicle?
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Its located behind the glovebox. Its a black box with 5 camlock wire connectors going into it. It will have a specific part number on it too.
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Its located behind the glovebox. Its a black box with 5 camlock wire connectors going into it. It will have a specific part number on it too.
pulled a gem from a focus a guy was parting out. it had the same part number on it. it didnt fix my problem. Any other ideas.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:50 PM   #17
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Let me know exactly what is not working. What year and model?
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:37 PM   #18
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I've been fighting this for 2 years, dome and trunk lights don't work as well as the power mirrors. Tried a new GEm and nothing changed, Took the lower dash out on the drivers side and found no indication there was a wiring problem there. I'm not even getting power to the fuse 35 which covers all 3 items.

Mines a 2002 SE (SPI)
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There is also a Timer module that was put on 01,02 and some 03's. I controls your lights so you may want to look into that. Its a small black box on the back of your fuse box. Its easiest to just pull the fuse box out. I have one for sale on ebay. Its new. I bought it from the dealer before I checked to see if my car had one. Maybe this helps. I have also seen some broken wires in the trunk wire harness as well.
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Yeah looked into that too, mine has not got that. :(

I'm considering running new wires and adding a switch to the dash so I can have something for light, and maybe just running new power to my mirror control. Not the preferred method, but I've been 2 years patient with this.
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