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    FASTBACK340 Legandary Member Legendary Member

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    OK.... My car originally came with a variable speed wiper motor. Anyone have a part number ? Can a 3 spd. motor & switch be retrofited using existing wiring ? I haven't been able to get a straight answer from several sources so I'm counting on YOU guys for help ! :scratch:
     
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    I believe the 3spd and variable spd wiper motors are the same. When I looked them up before they always had the same part #. So I would guess the wiring would be the same. I think the difference is in the switch itself.
     
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    I just have this fear of plugging everything in and it goes *pffffttt* and I'm looking at a new harness..... after the flames die out. #-o

    Thanks for the advice. I'll double fuse it up and try it out.
     
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    Looking for wiper motor info... this guy has it all. If the info you are looking for is not on his site...e-mail him. His name is Rick and he knows everything about wiper motors.

    The site is loaded full of part numbers and applications...

    here is his web site...

    http://wiperman.homestead.com
     
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    Cool link.
     
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    Thank you for posting this link. It's exactly what I was looking for :thumrigh:
     
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    I tried a variable switch in the 72, no go. Luckily I dug up a spare from one of my previous 74 Challengers and it worked fine.
     
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