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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Apr 21st, 07, 06:14 AM Thread Starter
 
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1968 Camaro windshield wiper motor wiring

I am converting a 1968 Camaro from a drag car to a pro street car for a young man that lives near me. I just finished rewiring it but I can not figure out the right combination for the three wires that hook to the windshield wiper motor. I have the wiring diagrams but they do not show the order the wires hook to the wiper motor. I do not have the common plug where all the wires join and hook up as a unit. I have a yellow wire and dark blue wire to a common female connector. A yellow wire and a light blue wire to a common female connector. And a black wire to a female connector. I have three spade or male connectors on the motor but I have no idea of the order that they attach. The wiper motor has not been used in some time and it was not wired when the car came to my shop. I would sure appreciate a little help. I thought if someone had a car like the one I am working on, they could look at their car and give me the order of the wires.

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Re: 1968 Camaro windshield wiper motor wiring

See if this thread helps.

https://www.camaros.net/forums/showth...t=wiper+wiring

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Re: 1968 Camaro windshield wiper motor wiring

I was able to figure this out using information from this board. The yellow wire goes to the top lug, next the light blue and the black on the bottom. The system works by switching on the ground side of the circuit. My switch is faulty and that made the whole troubleshooting process a lot harder. In addition I had misread the wiring diagram and I had the wires joined where they should not be joined. Thanks for all the help.

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