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Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper

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Specs
Overall Width:
2.265
Overall Length:
3.085
Sold in Quantity:
Kit
Overall Thickness:
3.260
Shaft Diameter:
0.235
Thread Length:
2.040
Thread Pitch:
9mm - .75
Voltage:
12
Shaft Length:
3.165
Notes
Overall measurments are for the motor, arm is adjustable 7.50" - 11.75"
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper
Stainless Deluxe 12 Volt Electric Wiper

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Please NOTE the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a kit.

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Q & A

What's in the Box

This compact, self-contained wiper motor drives one wiper arm and blade, making it perfect for your early Coupe or Roadster. Has a 90° sweep.

Uses an external switch (not included). Use single control switch 910-64056 if using only 1 kit. Use dual control switch 910-64057 if using 2 kits.

For replacement parts, use blade 911-23506 and arm 911-23505.

  • Motor is 12 volt
  • Returns to park automatically when shut off
  • 90° sweep only
  • 11" wiper blade
  • Arm is adjustable from 7.5" to 11.75"

Deluxe Electric Wiper Motor Installation Instructions (PDF)

Application

Main housing for motor is oval in shape with the following dimensions:

  • Depth front to rear is 3-1/3"
  • Height top to bottom is 2-1/8"
  • Width from side to side is 3-1/4"

A mounting tab extends the width an additional 9/16" and has an isolating grommet installed.

  • The drive shaft measures 3-1/4"
  • Shaft diameter is .235"
  • 9mm-.75 thread size
  • The threaded sleeve around the shaft is 2-1/2" long from the main housing
  • Threaded sleeve allows for adjustment for proper spacing to the windshield
  • Length of threads covering input shaft is 2.040"
  • Length from motor face to end of input shaft is 3.165"

Notes

When using switch # 910-64056 with this wiper motor, the switch will be wired from the 'S' terminal on the motor to the 'L' terminal on the switch.  A ground wire will then be wired from the 'B' terminal on the switch to a grounded location.  The 'H' and 'P' terminals on the switch will remain unused fro this application.  The wiper motor # 911-23502 will only operate at one constant speed.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
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40Stu
Verified Purchaser
Mid America, USA
Product Rating

Standard 1 speed basic wiper.

November 02, 2014
Replaced same 12 yr old wiper that quit. Was able to use front plate, outer and inner shaft from old motor so I didn't have to cut the shaft. Wiper was too long for my windshield but my old one had been replaced recently so reused it. This is a basic one speed (sort of slow) wiper that just chugs along across the windshield. Someone said the sweep couldn't be changed. If you look at my photo you will see extra holes in the one gear. I believe if you move the pin, the sweep will change. The instructions could be better. I had the old motor to go by so it was no problem for me.
Pros:
  • Inexpensive
Cons:
  • only speed is kind of slow
  • instructions could be better
  • sort of rough sounding when it runs.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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jokster
Verified Purchaser
Product Rating

This product did work as I expected

August 19, 2014
I made this a better wiper by adding a thicker end from an old volkswagon wiper to the end of new wiper arm. Then I purchased a 10" modern blade from auto store and attached it. Now I have a good wiper. This would make a better system without adding much cost to the wiper.
Pros:
  • motor worked fine
Cons:
  • wiper blade is poor.
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Krag
Verified Purchaser
Product Rating

Wiper motor

May 07, 2014
I installed these in my 1936 Chevy rod. Solved the problem of replacing the wiper linkage with the nonexistent OE parts. Shafts were easy to cut down to the proper length which makes for a very neat appearance from the outside.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

18 questions : 25 answers

Sweep Is there any way to make this kit have a 65° sweep instead of 90°?

1 answers
Barneyrb
December 20, 2014

Sweep Is there any way to make this kit have a 65° sweep instead of 90°?

Answers

December 22, 2014
EricM
This wiper kit is constructed for the 90 degree sweep and changing to 65 would likely require internal changes which could not be easily done without modification and likely construction of a different gearing configuration. Sorry we do not offer a 65 degree sweep motor.

Connect to GM wiper switch The wiper connection has three wires on the GM column...gray,purple and black. The motor has three connections...+, - and S. How do I connect the two?

2 answers
ModelT
September 06, 2014

Connect to GM wiper switch The wiper connection has three wires on the GM column...gray,purple and black. The motor has three connections...+, - and S. How do I connect the two?

Answers

October 02, 2014
Krag
The motor should be hooked up + is power connection ( key on) - is a ground connection and the S terminal goes to your switch it is grounded to operate. On my column I got a wiring diagram and found what part of switch went to ground and what part is switched it's very different based on your application. Have a good mechanic look at your diagram and they could help you figure it out.
September 09, 2014
EricM
There are many wire configurations on the GM columns and currently on a couple of prints I have of just two layouts the purple and black are shown with the black as a ground and the purple as a turn flasher. You will likely need to touch base with your GM dealer or online for full understanding. The wiper motor should have current to the motor when the ignition switch is on and the + terminal is hot. The – is grounded, and the S terminal goes to the switch and is hooked to the L terminal. Then on our switch the B terminal is grounded and completes the circuit from the motor to ground. This nets one speed only. If you power the motor and ground it via wires in the loom or by hand and then hook the correct wire from the three you have it should run the motor.

warranty is there any warranty on these motors

1 answers
gproda
May 01, 2014

warranty is there any warranty on these motors

Answers

May 05, 2014
EricM
This wiper motor has a 1 year warranty.

what accessories go with this? what else would I have to buy to make this unit work? My 1980 Shay Ford 1929 Model A Convertible did not come with wipers. Please advise.

2 answers
Fram
Tonawanda, NY 14150, USA
April 07, 2014

what accessories go with this? what else would I have to buy to make this unit work? My 1980 Shay Ford 1929 Model A Convertible did not come with wipers. Please advise.

Answers

May 08, 2014
Krag
Just the switch for how ever many you are using 1 or 2 motors. One motor for each wiper blade desired.
April 08, 2014
EricM
This wiper motor requires an external switch and if running one wiper number 91064056 is correct and if running two wipers 91064057 would be the correct switch. This type of wiper is designed to go thru the header above the windshield and if you are going to a round windshield frame then bracket number 91656001 is suggested. If you have a custom rectangle frame then wiper kit number 91123508 and switch number 91064056 is suggested.

installing wiper motor seeing it only comes with one nut. Do all the rubber washers go on the outside starting with the bigger one frist, then the other rubber washer, then the rubber slips over the inside shalt, then the washer with the outer steel ring, then the nut. The paper work that comes with the motor is not very clear. Looking for help . Do I have it right???

2 answers
bagstick
Leicester Ma.USA
January 16, 2014

installing wiper motor seeing it only comes with one nut. Do all the rubber washers go on the outside starting with the bigger one frist, then the other rubber washer, then the rubber slips over the inside shalt, then the washer with the outer steel ring, then the nut. The paper work that comes with the motor is not very clear. Looking for help . Do I have it right???

Answers

May 08, 2014
Krag
The main hold down is with the outside nut ,but there is provision for attachment with a hole in the case I would recommend you use it to keep motor from unintended rotation.
January 16, 2014
EricM
The tallest rubber grommet goes under the nut and washer outside and between the body and the motor the other thinner big rubber washer and under the mounting tab is where the smaller rubber washer goes. After all in place the smaller stepped grommet goes on the threaded shaft prior to installation of the wiper blade assembly. Also it may help to look at some of the pictures of these on our website here also. There are some pretty good pictures with these mounted in place.

Mounting the motor Does the motor mount to the vehicle by tightening a nut on the outside of the vehicle on the threaded shaft or does it mount internally on the vehicle with sheet metal screws?

2 answers
drugman
champaign, il
September 27, 2013

Mounting the motor Does the motor mount to the vehicle by tightening a nut on the outside of the vehicle on the threaded shaft or does it mount internally on the vehicle with sheet metal screws?

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November 03, 2014
40Stu
Mounts by tightening nut on outside shaft. There is a provision to secure the inside front plate to something also but I did not use that.
September 30, 2013
Jason
On the stainless wiper motor number 91123502 the threaded shaft goes thru the header above the windshield and is retained by the rubber washer, metal washer, and nut. The shaft and the threaded sleeve can be shortened as needed. To add some support from the motor turning there is a tab on one side that has a hole in which to screw or bolt the assembly to the same panel it goes thru or a separate bracket.

I probably should have specified that I hooked the grounds from the motor and switch together to a common point. Could that be why I am blowing fuses?

2 answers
firefighter
United States
August 12, 2013

I probably should have specified that I hooked the grounds from the motor and switch together to a common point. Could that be why I am blowing fuses?

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October 02, 2014
Krag
yes, it will run all the time and not park in that case the S terminal is switched
August 13, 2013
Jason
The motor should be grounded and then the switch lead from the motor goes to the switch and the switch is grounded thru the B terminal. Hooking the grounds together would be a dead short from the switch lead.

I wired the motor and switch just the way you specified and it still blows fuse.

1 answers
firefighter
United States
August 12, 2013

I wired the motor and switch just the way you specified and it still blows fuse.

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August 13, 2013
Jason
We apologize for the confusion and on this motor number 91123502 you need to disregard the instructions for wiring. Instead put power to the positive side of the motor and a ground to the negative side. Then from the S terminal on the motor a wire to the L terminal on the switch. Then from the “B” terminal on the switch to ground. Putting power to this terminal will likely blow the fuse.

Can this wiper be mounted upside down and please provide wiring info for your switch

1 answers
NotDone
Houston, Tx
June 17, 2013

Can this wiper be mounted upside down and please provide wiring info for your switch

Answers

June 19, 2013
Jason
The motor can be mounted any way, say under the cowl or dash panel. Wiring for the switch is basically the same for the one motor or two motor switch. Power goes to the motor and the motor is grounded. From the S terminal on the motor to the L terminal on the switch. Then from the B or battery terminal on the switch to a dedicated ground. The switch does not get power as indicated.

Do you disassemble to shorten the shaft?

1 answers
NotDone
Houston, Tx
June 09, 2013

Do you disassemble to shorten the shaft?

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June 10, 2013
Jason
No, wiper motor does not need to be disassembled to shorten. Clamp the shaft to hold before cuttting.
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