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99 wiper motor in an 87, adapting and confused


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OH MY GOD I HAD THIS ALL TYPED OUT, then I clicked something in the acrobat reader and it used this window to display its stupid information and I lost all my typing, I hate you computer!

 

anyway summerized version:

99 front windshield wiper motor into an 87 Comanche, wiring in plug, looked at FSM for 99 and 88, got confused, info so far:

 

99:

black = ground

blue = fused 12volts

green/yellow = ?

brown/viloet = ?

brown/white = ?

 

88:

black = ground

blue = fused 12

grey = park select input

white = low speed control

red = high speed control

 

99 wiper switch diagram confuses me, someone help please?

 

Thank you,

Jonathan

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I THINK the brown/Violet is high speed

oooh, dark green/yellow i think is park

so brown/white must be low speed right?

 

so i would wire it up like this:

99------------------function--------------88

 

black---------------ground------------black

blue----------------fused 12volts------blue

green/yellow--------park--------------gray

brown/Violet--------high speed--------red

brown/white--------low speed---------white

 

does this look correct?

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OH MY GOD I HAD THIS ALL TYPED OUT, then I clicked something in the acrobat reader and it used this window to display its stupid information and I lost all my typing, I hate you computer!

 

Switch to Firefox, it'll remember what you typed if you click back when stuff like that happens.

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OH MY GOD I HAD THIS ALL TYPED OUT, then I clicked something in the acrobat reader and it used this window to display its stupid information and I lost all my typing, I hate you computer!

 

Switch to Firefox, it'll remember what you typed if you click back when stuff like that happens.

 

been thinking about doing that just have not gotten around to switching over and learning the browser again.

 

anyone have any info on the wiper motor wiring? does my logic seam OK? or am I going to burn stuff if I hook it up that way?

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