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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Mar 28th, 19, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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RS windshield washer motor

Hi,

I have 69 camaro NON rs, but I installed the hideaway kit. Would like to install the rs headlights nozzle and i have the rs washer pump with the selonoid and i have the non rs waher pump with the motor. Should i buy different motor? Is the rs motor is different than the non rs?

Also i need the location for the washer bottle and how to mount it. I think it's in the passenger side if i am correct.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Mar 28th, 19, 01:24 PM
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re: RS windshield washer motor

The only difference between the RS and non-RS wiper motor is the end plate with the stamped number and the two holes drilled in the base for the RS soleniod. The washer pump is the same, you just need the RS lines and addition "T"s/valves.

If you have factory Pass side inner fender, there will be 3 dimples near the battery for the mount

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I appreciate it.

How can adjust the wiper motor to let it fit the rs selonoid and pump?
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re: RS windshield washer motor

You should not need to adjust it, once you drill the proper holes, should bolt right on

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