Progress Thread "12th Owner": My '93 Notchback Progress Thread

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Does the '93 model year have a windshield wiper fuse? My Haynes Manual doesn't reference one and I've researched this topic through old Stangnet postings.
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I have started with this thread from 2015.

 

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With my windshield wiper stalk on high I have .06 Volts. On low I have .03. In the variable setting I have no volt reading. I'm thinking the switch is bad. My turn signals work and my battery instrument reading dips along with the blinker blinking, but I have no indication when I turn the windshield wiper stalk at all.
 

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I think you have to start with the expectation of being called Sir and then move up from there.
Well, JR surely has low expectations for ever being called Sir other than by a local law enforcement officials right before they ask him to step out of the vehicle.................:D
 
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I spent $6 at Autozone purchasing a D9AB-14526 BA circuit breaker. No difference. Pulled a 15 amp fuse from another spot and plugged it into #2 and BOOM! working windshield wipers. Thank you Sir General karthief Esquire.
 

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Drove the car to work today. Even with the terrible condition of the paint and body and no radio, the car is still a joy to drive. Love the long tube/aluminum heads and three chamber combination.
 

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I've started to research my interior reinstall and have run into a common problem of sourcing new or reconditioned seatbelts. I contacted Prestige Mustangs and apparently '93 notch rear seatbelts are as hard to locate as interior trunk lining. Prestige Mustangs suggested I try "seatbelt (re)webbing" which is the replacement of your old seat belt webbing with new webbing. LMR has new front seatbelts, but no '93 rear seatbelts. So, long story short...in all new seatbelt webbing in black ($74.99 each) and Seat Belt Restore out of Westfield, MA will repair one of the seatbelts which has locked up for a total of $365.
 
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