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nassi wrote
Remember the switch is part of the circuit. two speed motors and single speed switch will cause grief.
And I thought all the wiper motors had internal park switch. Hence why the motor needs to match the switch.

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Yes, I've got a 2 speed wiper switch, but if they are all internal park switch, why the 2 green wires, ?


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I would chase up the correct motor. I tried to use a 67 motor on Blue with a Nuts wiring loom and was having all sorts of issues. There is some trickery that looks for the foot operated switch. Let the smoke out of 1 motor and the other wouldn't cancel. All too hard. Ended up using a simple system from CAE.


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I would chase up the correct motor. I tried to use a 67 motor on Blue with a Nuts wiring loom and was having all sorts of issues. There is some trickery that looks for the foot operated switch. Let the smoke out of 1 motor and the other wouldn't cancel. All too hard. Ended up using a simple system from CAE.


Good point nuts, I forgot about the foot switch.


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Foot switch... what tomfoolery of the doohickie das you talk of? I'm now confused


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Here ya go.


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Just looking back, the original post was about a 66? If so, no foot switch.


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nassi wrote
Just looking back, the original post was about a 66? If so, no foot switch.

I think the washer mechanism is in the wiper switch. I think you pull for washer??
Still doesn't explain which motor I've got, only way is to plug her in and see what happens....


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66STNG wrote
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Just looking back, the original post was about a 66? If so, no foot switch.

I think the washer mechanism is in the wiper switch. I think you pull for washer??


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I have a wiper foot switch (dip switch)wired up in both the '65 and effie - both located above the light dip switch, under the floor mat.

Allows me to use it either as an intermittent or one of the two speeds.

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And you need it in Baffurst too l hear,... unlike Sunny Ringwood... Snigger


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