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E-Z harness/Chevy column

I'm a long time muscle car guy from southern Illinois ,I currently own a 66 Mustang FB ,GT 350 clone,and a 63 1/2 galaxie with a429 cj,c6 and all the restomod goodies. My question is about my galaxie ,I am using a 97 chev van steering column and an aftermarket wiring harness by E-Z wiring out of Fla.
It came with all the plugs for ign,turn,horn etc,but not wiper circuts .Can anyone tell me which wires and plug on my column to use so I can use the wiper switch on the t/s stalk. also thanks for the welcome.

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wiper wire

If you have an OHM meter just go by process of elimination , put the wiper SW on high and check what wire has the continuity, that should get you where
you want go.
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Wiper motor always has power to it with the key 'on'

the switch on the column most likely switches a relay or two or three for wiper operation.

Wiper harness may be a harness all to itself and the wiper power may be supplied by the ignition switch.

So---double check how everything works---I would be glad to show you, but my 79 chevy diagrams do not have column mounted switches for the wipers.
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