I guess this is kind of silly (simple), but after having this posted to the "Interior" section of the forum and over twenty views of my problem, I'm hoping that there is someone out there that can give me a little help.
So here is the problem again: I recently rewired my '66 1/2 ton and didn't keep track of how the wipers were wired. I used an Easy Wire kit which worked great, but the wiper wiring only provides for the power to the switch. Can someone show me a diagram or some pictures of the wiring at the wiper motor and switch. I am using an after-market 2 speed switch.
Thanks. This diagram shows for a single speed hookup I believe and what I have is a two speed. I salvaged the wiper harness from the original wiring and think I understand where one connector fits to the wiper motor. I'm not sure where the extra (jumper?) wire connects. there are three or four possibilities on the wiper motor if I am looking at it right and I don't want to fry something because I picked wrong. I will try to add some pictures of my question tomorrow and see if I can illustrate what my choises are. Again, thanks. Really appreciate the responce.
It is the two connectors in the larger circle that I'm not sure where they go. I think they go to the location of the small circle, but which one and where? I believe the double connector goes to the point shown by the big arrow. It seems simple I guess, but has me stumped.
lostsheep: Glad to be on the forum.
Aug 14, 2013 11:38:28 GMT -7
flatback74: Glad to find this forum. I have a 1966 short box , with coils... I started the rebuild back when I was in high school ( like 18 years ago ) . Its half done now, with sand blasted frame, repainted. and body parts ,fenders and interior all removed painted
Aug 23, 2013 15:27:21 GMT -7
flatback74: My question: it seems the general consensus from this thread is that its easier by far to keep these trucks on their frames or swap to suburban frame 73-87 because of the hump. Is this correct?
Aug 23, 2013 15:28:46 GMT -7
flatback74: Im asking here because I see a lot of different answers on the web... Im looking for something to drive with, not a show vehicle, and I can weld, but do not want lots of work or a mega project
Aug 23, 2013 15:30:02 GMT -7
patrick: Hi I'm a new member. I've owned my 60 for 15 years now. Bought it from "back yard body shop" I've kept her running, now it's time to strip her down and do her justice. How do I know if I have an Apache?
Aug 27, 2013 8:28:20 GMT -7
scotty: Hey all,just got on board.Hopefully the info and insights I get will help me get further into the world of old trucks.
Oct 18, 2013 10:10:12 GMT -7
Dave Young: I apologize for all the spam. I've neglected my admin duties and, for that, I'm sorry. I'm on the hunt for the spammers and will clean them out. Also, I'm in the process of implementing a new forum which will, hopefully, solve a lot of these problems.
Jan 29, 2014 14:09:41 GMT -7
peanut: I am looking for a place to get polished stainless steel bed slats for a 1966 long bed and bolt kit the same
Mar 12, 2014 15:17:12 GMT -7
450hp66c10: Excited to learn a few things about my 66 c10 just got it 2 weeks ago I have always been a camaro guy ready for a truck
Jul 21, 2014 16:43:17 GMT -7
Apache: I'm a 70 yr old guy and just now buying a '63 Apache
Aug 7, 2014 1:51:20 GMT -7
crabman19: Hi Apache. I joined the same day as you. I've got a 66 C 20 I've had for 5 years. Really love old Chev trucks. Wish I knew the answer to your hood question.....unfortunatly traffic here has been slow the last few days.
Aug 9, 2014 20:52:31 GMT -7
Apache: No problem crabman. The answer is yes. I'm selling my '54 c10 and looking for a '63. I'm not looking to do another build so I'm really looking for a daily driver with a decent body. Kinda like a good woman. LOL
Aug 10, 2014 21:00:10 GMT -7
crabman19: aw, but like a good woman that can be hard to find, lol.
Aug 15, 2014 10:13:08 GMT -7
Apache: Oh man, don't I know it.
Aug 16, 2014 1:52:48 GMT -7