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Old 08-25-2014
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Here is another source for wiper parts. Got what I needed there after looking many other places.

Rich D. Former Owner; '90 PT40, '99LXi43 & '06 M450 LXi (CT)
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Old 08-25-2014
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there is one on Ebayfor a Wanderlodge, dont know if its the correct one its $125.00
Ron & Mary Kay Toles
1981 FC
Kansas City
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Old 08-27-2014
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Well, the challenge is the five wires on the replacement motor (WM-612 from School Bus Parts Co.) compared to the three on the original American Bosch motor. I hooked up the three wires and switch appeared to work. Off, low, and high. The only initial problem was that the wiper "parked" on the far left of the driver's windshield instead of next to the center post. How do I adjust the position of the blade?

A bigger problem emerged about 15 minutes down the road. I started to smell that nasty burned wire odor. I immediately pulled over. I could hear the windshield wiper motor "ticking". I cut out power to the rig. Removed the original switch (four posts) and was lucky there was no rain between the 500 miles from Winnipeg to Flin Flon in northern Manitoba. But I won't be so lucky down the road and really need to get the wiper mystery resolved. So if anyone out there has experience with windshield wiper motor wiring, please advise.

1978 31 FC
Phoenix, AZ
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Old 08-27-2014
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Fortunately in the last 7 years of ownership I have only had to use my wipers a handful of times. This is only because I use RainX dilegently and only need/use the wipers during those big blows FWIW, my wipers work just fine but I just hate the blades not stopping in the same spot when finished, wah, wah, wah, right

Ryan and Michelle Saari
Timberlake Products Group, Inc.
1985 PT36
1983 FC35RB Left me for Atlanta!
Clearwater, Florida
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Old 08-28-2014
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Sounds like you need a different switch - see Colehersee below (difference between parking system used on motor). Power is not cutting to motor - dynamic braking vs non-dynamic braking.





Where is your next destination after Flin Flon. Stop in if heading west!
Kevin Barnett
Lumby, BC, Canada
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Old 03-17-2016
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My WS wiper arm has a broken stud for the small arm that keeps the wiper positioned correctly. The nut and threaded end of the small non-movable stud is broken off and gone.

The part I need is the part with two screw holes at the ends and the small stud along with the rotating assembly hole

Any ideas. Used but serviceable would be ok.
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Weatherford Texas

96 BMC 40' Sold
2008 HaulMark Super C S&S
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Old 03-17-2016
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Max, Coach Craft, Columbus, Ga has those.
Rick Shawver
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2000 LX
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Bellefonte, AR
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Old 03-17-2016
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Is this what you are looking for?

Tim, Jill, and Sadie, our Westie
Longmont, Colorado
2003 43 LXI - Sold
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Old 03-17-2016
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Man, it's all in knowing the right words to use in the search, isn't it?
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Old 03-17-2016
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Originally Posted by Tim T. View Post

Thanks Tim,thats a great supplier.
email me at randy@randydupree.com only.

Randy Dupree
2000 LXI 43
Port St Joe Fl.

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