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Old 06-04-2012
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Smile Wiper Motor

Anyone ever had to replace a wiper motor? The one on my passenger side has the gears striped and I need to change it. I was told you have to take out part of the front dash to even get to it. Also would like to know where to get another motor (part number or type) once I get it out. I appreciate any advice you may be able to give!!!!!!

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I had to repair the wiper on the passenger side of my BMC. I don't know how different it will be on the 95 WB, but I was able to get to it by removing lower cabinet doors and there was a fuse panel there that had 4 screws holding it. After moving that out of the way I was able to reach in and get to the wiper motor. Yours may be completely different, but in any case it will not be easy to get to.

I bought the parts from schoolbuspartsco.com

It probably has the WM612 motor.
http://www.schoolbuspartsco.com/WebP...er_motors.html

With mine it seemed like the gears were stripped, but it was a broken linkage:
http://www.schoolbuspartsco.com/WebP...iperlinks.html

Hope you can find a way to get to it. I am sure someone else with a WB will be along with better info.
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Thanks Dan!!!! This is some good information!!! I have a long way to go to get our coach looking as good as yours!! You have done a fantastic job on your renovation project. Take care and thanks again for the help!!!!
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Default wiper motor removal -- '91 SP

Same problem for me--the passenger-side wiper motor. I took it out through the front of the bus. The pantographic wiper arm came off easily. The splined piece on the shaft comes next--I used a puller to ease it off. Then the rubber seal and 1" nut on the base of the shaft. Three screws (one has a 7/16" nut, feel for it since you can't see it from the front).

That's it, the motor comes out.

No telling if this was the original wiper motor, but it looks like it was built on 11/28/89.

United Technologies Electro Systems (Colombia, Missouri)
PN: 3127224MO12WC

I can't tell if that's M0 or MO in the PN.
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