Windshields and Wipers
Chevy Camaro Z28
1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

How do you wire a wiper switch and motor on a 1980 Camaro z-28?

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2006-04-29 17:51:26
2006-04-29 17:51:26

I am troubled with the same problem. For reference I have a Haynes auto repair manual for this make and model. It has provided a basic diogram, from the switch to the wiper motor. I haven't yet solved this problem, but I believe the answer has something to do with grounding the replacement motor. Or the switch itself. I have found that the motor opperates through hi and low settings while testing (pluged in and laying between the engine and break booster). However when I install the unit on the cowl the function is less than desireable. I realize this is only a partial answer or guess at best. So if anyone has something else to contribute it would be appreciated.

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