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  1. Restoration Corner
    My daughter just bought a 69 impala 4 door sedan. The windshield wipers will not turn off unless disconnected at the wiper motor. Checked switch and fuse, everything looks good. Any other suggestions on the next step? Thank you
  2. Body Shop
    Just spit-balling here, but what if... you didn't want wipers cluttering your windshield? I took mine off my restored '65 SS and the look is super clean. Since I don't drive in the rain anyway (for many reasons), why have that shiny baggage upfront cluttering the view - both outward and inward...
  3. Electrical & Wiring
    After had the windshield wiper completely disassembled and cleaned, the motor won't work anymore:confused:. I bench tested the motor alone connecting +12V over the 2 wires (black and pink/black) and I could see the armature moving as being attracted like a magnet to a side, but not spin. The...
  4. General Tech
    Hello everyone, I'm unfortunate to be living in an area where there is quite some rain. Now the wipers do a great job, but as it often rains just a little I would be so much happier if there was a way to add an interval to the system. Anyone knows if there are any after sales convertions...
  5. Restoration Corner
    I have a 61 Impala that I have been working on for the past 25 years. I finally got the paint and most of the trim back on the car, but I have several questions regarding the installation of the windshield. I found all the trim for the interior and exterior that goes around the windshield...
  6. Body Shop
    Here's another question for everybody. I need to get my windshield replaced on my 4-door 67'. Now, I have a sedan (post) but, there is also the hardtop (no-post) out there. Do they have different windshields? I want to make sure I tell the shop the right one before I go in there.
  7. Body Shop
    The weatherstripping on the sides of the windshield of my '68 convertible are tattered on the outside edge, but still seem to seal against the door pretty well. They just look bad. I purchased replacement rubber that is supposed to be the best replacement brand, but upon inspection, they don't...
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