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I'm located in North Carolina and have restored a few car's from time to time.My latested is a 69 Camaro that I mess with alot,changing wheels tire's,etc.I ran into a problem with the wiper switch,I checked the motor with the old switch and if I shake the switch the wiper's would work.I figured that it was either the switch or the ground.Now I have replaced the switch with a new one and they don't work at all.I checked out at the motor and all wire's have power to them with the ignition switch on.The wiper switch has 3-wire's on it and it slides,I was wondering if all three wire's was to have power on them or is one of the wire's the ground???Also which one is the ground? Thank's Roy

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Old 06-28-2008, 11:50 AM
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Welcome to Hotrodders Roy...this is the Introduction forum so it would be best to ask your question over in the Electrical forum.
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