65 fury wiper motor

Restoration

  1. mopar Joe 65

    mopar Joe 65 Member

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    Does anyone know where i can get a 3 speed wiper motor, i thought i could fix mine but no luck. Any help would be great.
     
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    I have a handful of wiper motors, if you post a pic of what a 3-speed looks like, perhaps I have one.
     
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    I will try and post a photo , its a varable speed motor. 20170702_105726.jpg
     
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    I think 65 is one of a kind ? Someone posted awhile back that a woman runs a shop somewhere and rebuilds them, but i dont know where.
     
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    I know very little about the wiper motors.
    Tomorrow I'll try and review my cars for what motors are on them vs the switches in the dash, vs what I have on the shelf.
    Don't get your hopes up, though...
     
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    Thanks for looking. I saw one on ebay i think it was nos but they want 600.00 for it thats about 550.00 to much.
     
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    yeah im in your boat as well.
    so far ive bought 3 motors from 66 and up and none are the same harness plug as the 65.
    they all plug into the bulkhead connector.

    im prolly just gonna rewire one of the newer ones with the 65 plug.
     
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    These guys restored the wiper motor for my '65 300.

    WiperWorks
    244 Rattlesnake Spring Rd.
    Sewanee, TN 37375
    931-598-9573
     
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  9. mopar Joe 65

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    Thanks, i will give them a call.
     
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    Thanks but they must have went out of business that number is no good ?
     
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    Bummer!
     
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    65 fury shocks ? Iam rebuilding the front end on my 65 and the shocks are a pain to replace, would it be worth it to put gas shocks on it at 60.00 each or standard ones for 20.00 each ? Any input is appreciated.
     
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    I've never used her services.

    I do know that she was just doing cosmetic type restorations for a while with no repairs. I hadn't heard anything bad about her though.

    Got a link? I'm really curious.
     
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    I think I have a three speed motor from a '65 Chrysler. I will dig it out of the garage and get some pics later this week.
     
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    Took some pics and marked them, the quality ain't great but no time to re-do them.
    Note the difference in mtg pattern between 65-66, both are 3 holes but 65 is more Y-shaped, where as 66 has 2 aligned vertically and 3rd off into a triangle pattern.
    And the difference in snout length also.

    Yet another thing for the list of how 65s differ from 66!!!

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    My extra one doesn't seem to work.
     
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    So I have only 2 - 65 wiper motors, and don't know if either works. I don't know exactly how to test them, either, as there are 4-5 wires coming out of the motor can, and 2 going to the 'gearbox' which I presume contains a parking limit-switch setup to allow the motor to finish it's stroke to the base of the windshield after the switch is turned off.

    I further presume that all these motors are the same (between multi-speed and variable, that is) as the function/style is handled inside the switch in the dash. It's a DC motor, so to change its behavior, you alter the voltage, the motor is the same. (PWM is another method for variable speed, but not used in our cars back then, I'm sure).

    If someone can supply a schematic here, I'll dig further on what I have.