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Wiper motor 24 Sep 2017 08:27 #1

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Hello
I have I bayliner 2855 year 1995
On my wiper motor it's 3 wirings
Black = ground
Red
Pink black
Where do I connect the red wire and the pink black on the motor ?

On the switch where do I connect the red and pink black ?
The switch is original bayliner on -off
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Wiper motor 24 Sep 2017 14:43 #2

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According to the chart, unless you have a separate switch for the wiper power, the switch in the photo is a 636H (actually, it is a 636H/2, though some companies don't include the soldered/quick connection in their model number) and isn't the one you want if it is a two speed.



As you can see, it is a series 6, with a single pole (3) and is an ON - ON (6) switch.

It is possible they only connected to two of the terminals, whereby creating an OFF position. However, unless you want it on all the time, you need one with an OFF.

I know nothing about your motor, but if it is a two speed and you want to use the two speeds, you also need a single pole, double throw SPDT.

Have a look at this. www.monsterguts.com/store/skin/mg-custom...tor-Basic-Wiring.pdf

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Wiper motor 24 Sep 2017 17:00 #3

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On the wiper motor
Red goes to L or H depending on the speed you want for the wipers
Pink/ black goes to P for park
Black goes to ground or X
On the switch the red goes to a positive power OUT to wiper motor. The pink/black gets piggybacked onto the positive power IN from battery.
When you turn the wiper off the motor will still be powered by the pink/black until it reaches the Park position and then turn off.
Depending on whether it is a right or left hand park position you may have to adjust the arm so it does not park in your field of view.
They were supplied by AM Equipment
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