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Hi,

I'm in process of cleaning engine bay and in the meantime, relocating wiper motor in the cowl. I want to have wipers working as stock because my car is still a street car.

Is there some of you that has done this and how did you complete the project? Do you have pictures of what you have done. I could share you some pictures if needed.

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Hi,

I'm in process of cleaning engine bay and in the meantime, relocating wiper motor in the cowl. I want to have wipers working as stock because my car is still a street car.

Is there some of you that has done this and how did you complete the project? Do you have pictures of what you have done. I could share you some pictures if needed.

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Martin.
did you figure this one out? I'm looking to do the same thing.
 

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Curious about this mod as well.
 

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does the motor even fit in the cowl?
 

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I'm both impressed it even fit inside the cowl and that you got it to work properly. Doesn't the geometry dramatically change when you moved it inside?
The thing is huge!
 

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we need pics of this done
 

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Hi, yes geometry of linkage has to change (was a headache to do) and bracket to mount the motor needs to be done in the orientation as stock. I had to makes wiring longer too. Will try to take pictures this weekend.
 

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I just make sure the windshield is super clean and then treat it liberally with Rain X. Works like a charm. No wipers needed.
 

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Very nice cool mod. I may have to consider such. Nice how engine bay is cleaned up! :cool:
 

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Here's some old picture I found in my PC. If needed, will take some closer.
That is way cool man!
I'm gonna look it up and see if I can do the same but I probably don't have enough patience to try out all the mechanisms geometry
 

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I’d love to have seen details on how that was done. If I ever catch up on my to do list I may look into trying to figure out making that work well.
 

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Absolutely, it takes time to bend arm at the right place to have good circular motion but at the end, its a nice mod unusual!
 
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