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Wiring New Port wiper motor to GM column

I've got a mid 80's tilt column out of a Pontiac wagon in my 52 Chevy. The column is set up with wiper controls on the turn signal stalk. Has anyone hooked up a GM column wiper switch to New Port engineering wiper motor? The wipers came with a simple off/low/high switch but would like to use the column switch and set it up to work with the delay as well. Any help would be appreciated.
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I've got a mid 80's tilt column out of a Pontiac wagon in my 52 Chevy. The column is set up with wiper controls on the turn signal stalk. Has anyone hooked up a GM column wiper switch to New Port engineering wiper motor? The wipers came with a simple off/low/high switch but would like to use the column switch and set it up to work with the delay as well. Any help would be appreciated.
Bob

Doc here,

Your best Bet is contact the company..

you need to CONFIRM the SPEED control wires are at ground potential, and see IF a delay module is required..the rest can be controlled from RELAY switching from the GM stalk Switch.


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