Product Code: VWC-211-955-113-G
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This is a direct fit 12-Volt replacement wiper motor for 1966 to 1967 models. THIS MOTOR BOLTS INTO YOUR ORIGINAL ASSEMBLY AND IS JUST A MOTOR SWAP. This is a 12v with a 2-speed loom, and also has a self-parking function. All you will need to do is remove your wiper assembly then bolt this unit in and fit the main drive mechanism onto the output shaft and away you go. The kit comes assembled ready to go. The wiring loom plugs into the white socket on the motor. There is a ground cable that goes from the motor and connects onto the main motor frame mounting bolt.
Then connect the blue and yellow wires to the switch that you used before. The purple wire is the main power feed and goes to the same place as the previous setup. Nothing changes except the motor.
It also comes with a rubber grommet that fits into the motor frame to give a little more sound deadening.

Installation instructions
1 - Unbolt wiper unit from the vehicle and remove
2 - Unbolt the drive dog off the center of the old motor
3 - Then unscrew the 3 screws holding the motor onto the frame assembly and the motor will just come away.
4 - Remove the 3 loose bolts on the new motor, the long one with the earth will need to go back into the lower hole that it is in from delivery.
5 - Bolt new motor up using the 2 upper bolts (Short ones )
6 - The long bolt screws in all the way and will come out of the back of the frame assembly, tighten then add the ground wire from the back. Use the Nyloc lock nut to secure it in place.
7 - Connect the white loom plug into motor socket, push it in fully.
8 - Then add the main driver to the center of the motor, this is the point that makes the blades stop/park to the left or to the right, the motor comes already in a parked position, so looking at the motor directly at the output shaft, it rotates clockwise so from this you can work out where the blades will park. If you leave the drive loose you can simulate what is going to happen by moving the driver round manually.
9 - Refit the mechanism into the Bus and hook up the power and test (first test it without having the arms on the spindles then you can see if it is parking in the correct place)
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