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Wiring a Volkswagon wiper motor

I just got a 1987 VW Golf wiper motor to put in my coupe.
The motor has five wires from it. One green wire and one blue-green wire are for fast and slow. There is a yellow wire, purple, and green stripe wire.
How do I connect the wires up so the wipers will park ? Or can it be done at all ?
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Are you installing it in the same car?

If not you need the delay relay and a few items..

Try a Manual at the local auto zombie for a diagram.

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volkswagon wiper wiring

Hi Doc,
Thanks for the idea about going to Auto Zone...Never thought of that.
The wiper motor is going to my Studebaker coupe. Its a nice compact unit
and should work fine once I can figure out how the wipers "park" after turning them off.
What few items do I need to have ?
Ill run back to the junk yard and get the relay that was on the car.
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Doc here,

Here is the Diagram for an 87 Golf WW System..



Looks like your going to need the switch..

The delay timer ..

The Washer motor would be a good score.

The harness COULD be UNWRAPED and removed in tact if your real careful doing it, and used on your rod..so you wouldn't need to build one.

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Volkswagon wiper wiring

Bucu thanks for the diagram..I really appreciate it
Ill give it a shot and see what happens.

Thanks..again
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