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    You know I honestly didn't think about that Brett. I will definitely take that advice.

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    I like that mirror switch/knob placement. Looks really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vpogv View Post
    Thanks Brett! I some how didn't see your reply until after I said "screw it" and drilled. I also fished wire from the passenger side through so the hard part is done with this!

    Attachment 4115 Attachment 4116

    Very nice. I see the switches in the side pocket as well, looking good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    Very nice. I see the switches in the side pocket as well, looking good.
    Thanks steve! I am really happy with that location for the light switch. It's super easy to get to and takes up no dash space

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    A little time away finishing up finishing a basement but this weekend I got back it and got the last big wiring hurdle figured out - the wiper motor! No intermittent but I do have hi, lo and park all squared away with a GM column and a Wexco H131 (5 wire) motor.

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    Next up is to clean up a few of the wires that were just run for testing and then onto the engine!

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    Well ALL circuits are wired up! Wiper, power mirrors and canopy switches all tested and cleaned up the wiring. I need to add connector ends for the dash wires and the gauge pod so that I can easily pull them but after that it's onto the engine.

    I'll be the first to admit the wiring isn't perfect but I have 90% of the circuits mapped out on paper and most of the wiring in looms to look pretty.

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    Making some good progress Will.

    I had all my wiring done until I decided to change the dash, add the power canopy lift system, change the tail lights out and install a different gas/petrol tank along with relocating it and installing the AC/Heater system(I think thats it). I ended taking it all out. Now I'm back to square one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett View Post
    Making some good progress Will.

    I had all my wiring done until I decided to change the dash, add the power canopy lift system, change the tail lights out and install a different gas/petrol tank along with relocating it and installing the AC/Heater system(I think thats it). I ended taking it all out. Now I'm back to square one.
    As long as you have the wiring figured out running the wire is easy... making it look pretty sucks.

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    Ok, I need a bit of help as I thought I had all the wiper parts but I'm at a loss on the official "name" of the bits that I am missing. Can anybody help?

    http://www.euro-nova.co.uk/vb/showth...390#post134390

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    You didn't mention what part of the system you are not sure about so maybe this might help
    I think the oem Bosch motor came with a "D" output shaft and I think the newer motors come with splines

    https://www.millsupply.com/pdf/catal...pvan/wiper.pdf

    I think I still have the old hardware from my system. I'll look for it and see if I have what your looking for
    Last edited by Brett; 16-09-2020 at 01:09 PM.

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