How can you tell? The diagram I got from Finishline suggests it's correct:
Mine's not quite finished yet, so I can't verify the truth of this, but this is how it is supposed to work with the Lucas L-35927 wiper switch. Other people who have used this combo have commented about the wiper motor terminals that do not apear to go anywhere (no corresponding wires) and yet they managed to make it work?
What is the wiper motor in the picture missing? I don't have the answer to the original question, but if you read through some of Perl's links, you will see what I am talking about.
I hate to disagree with you Greg, but my FFR supplied motor only has 3 wires exposed like the one pictured. The other 2 connector pins are hooked up internally to the park switch. I have mine hooked up through a 60's vintage Ford wiper switch and it works right fine.
I wired mine up as per this link and it works. My motor has 3 wires on it even though I connected 5 wires to the motor connector. I have slow, fast and park functional. I have the rotating wiper switch.
Well............. It took longer than I had hoped to get around to it, but........ It works PERFECTLY with the switch from Finishline! SLOW/FAST/PARK. As Advertised!
I may try a different switch in the future, ie mid 60's Ford.
Thanks for the advice from everyone that said it would work!
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