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Old 08-01-2005, 07:27 PM
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Slow wipers for mustang

My 68 'stang has really slow wipers and right now everything is out of the dash while I rewire the car and I hoped that ANYONE out there knows of a replacement motor that might speed up the wipers so I won't have to buy stock in rain-x.

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Old 08-02-2005, 02:09 PM
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Doc here,

The 68 wiper motor should be more than adequate for speed on high.

Sounds like you may have some mechanical issues, try some grease and bench testing on the motor, If that works out find the speed controller board and replace that..

In either case, stock replacement should be all that is required.

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thanks for the info, might you or anyone out there know about a factory style intermittent wiper setup that utilizes the factory switch? thanks again DOC!
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