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RE: type3-d Digest V2005 #654

On 4 Oct 2005 at 7:10, Smith, Ethan Nicholas wrote:

> The charging system on my car is all new, generator and regulator. I can
> run everything else all at the same time and the light won't come on. I
> can run the wiper motor alone and the light comes on. I have checked the
> connections already. I even bypassed the switch to try and rule it out.
> It still went real slow.

Disassemble and lubricate the shafts/bushings where they come thru the body. 
Unfortunately, to get to these parts, you have to take a lot of things out 
first.  You'll have to remove the radio and the fresh air box before you can 
get to, and remove the wiper motor and frame as a unit.

This may seem alike a royal pain, but there's some advantage to it in that it 
allows you to reach up into the air vent plenum from below and clean out all 
the leaves that have collected there.

Once the wiper frame is out, you can take it apart and remove the shafts from 
the bushings. Clean everything up, and pack the space in there with a good moly-
loaded grease. This is a long term cure and should last you for the life of the 

Jim Adney
Madison, WI 53711-3054

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