Hey Jeff, I'm not trying to bug you. A - Due to the hazards involved with wiring an aftermarket ammeter, I strongly suggest using a voltmeter instead. The diagram below illustrates the non-depressed park rectangular case motor. The third wire grounds the washer solenoid to activate the washers. Remove that wire from the junction block and connect a heavy gauge extension wire to it. Includes pre-installed factory type rubber blade. If there is power to the green wire then check for power on the gray wire on low wiper speed and power on purple on high speed.
The - terminal on the voltmeter should be connected to ground. Refer to Circuit Testing and to Wiring Repairs in Wiring Systems. This system still uses the same basic wiring principles as the single speed wipers. While I had mine apart, I oiled all the wiper arm linkages which made things a lot quieter. Super easy to install, just slide and snap into place.
Great hose set for any 1967 - 1981 Firebird model. Then remove the switch for the wipers. Here is a diagram if you need it. At the time I didn't have a radio in the truck, which gave me a much better view of the wiper motor. Each nozzle is made from die formed stamped steel with formed metallic tube brazed in place as the original. Q - Where is the horn relay located? A second wire connects the motor to the switch on the dash.
When the wiper switch is turned on, it completes the circuit to ground the dash. Low must be the furthest from Off. If voltage doesn't return to normal do the same for the motor and its relay I would open up the relay and look it over first If all this fails I'll send you the diagram. The fuse box is typically located against the firewall on the interior of the truck, just above the brake pedal. Because more friction is created between the windshield and the wipers when the windshield is dry, the wipers will likely operate more slowly on dry glass, and may actually chatter or fail to travel a complete arc. This should operate the motor at low speed.
Older vehicles can be re-wired by adding a jumper wire between the parking light wire and tail light wire at the headlight switch. This Black Washer Fluid Reservoir add that custom touch under the hood. Proper diameter hoses are manufactured with the correct ribbed design for perfect fit and function. Finally, the wiper motor behind the dashboard may be faulty. You then remove the wiper motor from under the dash. Thankfully, the causes of most wiper problems can be at least narrowed down to a few, depending on what the wipers are doing, or not doing. If you need to remove any file or want to see the images, please contact original image uploader or browse out there.
Fits all 1967, 1968, and 1969. Replace your black pump head to the correct white head and score more points at the car show!! If the wipers operate slowly, first use a volt meter to make sure that the battery is fully charged. Run the extension to the + ammeter terminal. Exact fit for all 67 - 69 hard top, coupe models. The wiper arm stainless steel material is polished to a bright finish. Any tips on how to get the screws off without cracking paint? Some Chevy fuse boxes are labeled, so locating the fuse for the windshield wipers is easy. Fits all 67, 68, and 69 Firebird models.
Two wires are grounded for low speed operation. It is necessary to at least have a copy of a Chevrolet shop manual or a schematic of the wiper system to locate the relevant components. You could find the fuse is blown! The only thing different than the originals is the black finish, order yours today! Light Blue is the high-speed wire. As for the paint thing. Are the windshield wipers always on? If the box is not labeled, refer to the owner's manual for the location of the fuse. Do not put the wipers back on the truck until you are sure that the wiper motor is in the park position.
Go to Step 11 -- Inspect for poor connections at the windshield wiper motor. The pump will shoot fluid through the nozzles as long as the washer button is depressed. I was able to access the wiper motor by laying on my back under the drivers side dash. You could just start replacing parts , you mite get lucky. The system can be disabled by simply unplugging the control box under the front seat. The cause of most windshield wiper problems often can be difficult to determine, particularly since the entire wiper system is located underneath the dashboard. Refer to Windshield Wiper Motor Replacement.
Press the windshield washer switch. Did you find and correct the condition? Run another heavy gauge wire from the + terminal of the ammeter to the junction on the horn relay to the same spot where the battery wire was removed. In many cases a large terminal on the horn relay is also used as a junction block for constant feed power wires. Go to Step 11 -- Operate the system in order to verify the repair. When you remove your wiper arms notice that there is a little clip that has to be held back so that the arms will pry up off the serrated trunion.