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wiper motor assembly
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I'm detailing my wiper motor and dismantled it. I gently pulled on the armature to pull it out of the case but it doesn't seen to want to come. If I can't get it out it will make sliding it through the brushes will its still in the case. Does anyone know if it should come out or how to put the case/armature through through the brushes. The manual shows it comes out.


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I answered my own question. If you pull on it it will come out. It was magnetized and that was was made it hard to pull out. Once I painted everything I used wire to hold back the brushes for reassembly. Wiper motor and assembled <check>


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Beautiful job Jim,

You need to lose the black plastic over the wires though. This was added by someone and not original.

Jeff
1972 Q Code Convertible
1973 Q Code Mach 1 Ford Marketing Sales Vehicle
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jeff8877;194527 Wrote:Beautiful job Jim,

You need to lose the black plastic over the wires though. This was added by someone and not original.

Now I have to clean them.I guess I'll take it offmy done list.Sad
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#5
looks really good.
I lost 2 brushes when I did mine last year, they went flying in different directions Sad so I put a new set in, I like the wire idea to hold them in.
I also used a Matte finish Clear coat on all of the bare aluminum parts so its easy to keep clean.
here is how mine came out.


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imusa76;194534 Wrote:looks really good.
I lost 2 brushes when I did mine last year, they went flying in different directions Sad so I put a new set in, I like the wire idea to hold them in.
I also used a Matte finish Clear coat on all of the bare aluminum parts so its easy to keep clean.
here is how mine came out.


Very nice!
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#7
One other thing I learned the hard way. I tried to tape off the date stamp and it came off with the tape.
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#8
This may help in your detailing efforts.

My wiper motor:
   

1971 Boss restored by Bob Perkins:
   

Original 183 mile 73 convertible:
   

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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