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    I have I bayliner 2855 year 1995

    On my wiper motor it's 3 wirings

    Black = ground


    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

    Thank you


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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.

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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
      "Adios Dinero"
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      Photo Credit: Whiskywizard