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I have tried this on my '67 Sqbk, didn't work well, removed the unit and lived with stock wipers. Not to discourage you, but to caution that it may not work. Then again I tried this 15 years ago, hopefully the units are better now. The settings were so close to the original settings that it didn't make enough difference to continue to mess with the wiring and switching two controls. And there is SO much extra space on a T3 dash! - Jeff Iwanna21/23windowsunroofDeluxe! for daily driving '80 Westi (2) BOTH FOR SALE '66 Bus FOR SALE '67 Sqbk '64 Ford Crewcab '87 Subaru 4WD '97 Nissan Quest Grass Valley, California, USA Jeffrey.Carver@Aerojet.com - - - - - - - - -snip - - - - - - - - > Is it possible to install a wiper switch that has an intermittent >setting >on the type-3? It's for safety reasons, when the snow melts here the >streets get really dirty and it's hard to work the wipers constantly and >drive at the same time. Anyways, what would this involve? Calling JC Whitney. I've seen them in the catalogues. It's just a box that you put in the circuit that changes your low speed (or first click or the lever if you can't tell a change) there is a knob to adjust the intermitant speed.