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RE:wiper motor


Not sure if it is the same type of motor as my bus, but on my '65 bus-you
are able to take the motor mechanism out. Disassemble the motor-and there is
some 'universal' type grease to lubricate everything. I did this to mine,
and cleaned the old grease out-and repacked with new grease. Ran much more
quietly. The old greas had kind of hardened-not sure it it was due to aging
or becoming contaminated with dirt/dust over the years.

Maybe you can do the same to a T3 wiper motor?

-Kevin 

-----Original Message-----
From: Smith, Ethan Nicholas [mailto:ENSMITH@southernco.com] 

Anybody know how to tell if your wiper motor is dying?  Mine works---
really slow and makes the generator light comes on.  Any ideas
Ethan
71 squareback.



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