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Old 03-31-2020, 10:30 PM   #1
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Exclamation Wiring up a wiper motor with no harness

So the previous owner of my truck appears to have butchered the painless performance wiring harness. I have a motor and switch but the only wire i have is the constant hot one. I need to know what to hook to where so I can get my wipers going. Can anyone help?
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Re: Wiring up a wiper motor with no harness

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So the previous owner of my truck appears to have butchered the painless performance wiring harness. I have a motor and switch but the only wire i have is the constant hot one. I need to know what to hook to where so I can get my wipers going. Can anyone help?


Positive is the Yellow wire and it comes from the fuse block to the washer pump then on to the wiper connector. Here is a picture of the wire connections on the wiper & pump. The Brown connector is the washer pump and the 2 Black connectors are for the wiper. The Light Blue, Dark Blue, and Black wires are ground wires and go to the wiper switch in the dash. The wiper/washer switch has to be mounted in the dash before the wiper/washer will work because that is where the system gets its ground......

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Old 04-01-2020, 12:21 PM   #3
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Re: Wiring up a wiper motor with no harness

Thanks! That should be enough for me to be able to wire it up
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