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Old 12-20-2011, 05:35 PM
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wiper motor wiring help

Hey Guys, I am working on getting the wiring fixed up on my 64 International C1200 pickup. The wiper motor is not wired up to the harness or switch, just 2 plugs and 6 wires coming off the wiper motor. I will attach some pics, hoping that someone will be able to tell me what wire is for what. I dont want to try the triel and error thing, might burn up the motor. Thanks in advance for your help !

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Most of the time international did not Design most of their smaller components but bought them from Ford GM or Chrysler If you cannot find a shop manual for your truck look at your parts, then start checking under the hoods of other vehicles. It looks like a GM wiper motor to me, then check the manual from the oem mfg. or trace the wires
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red is hot. black is ground. one ground will make it run, the other ground will make it park and is always grounded. you will have to try grounding each one separately. if it runs for a bit and stops, ground it with a screw. if it runs, ground it through your wiper switch.
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