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wiper blades, linkages and motors

I have a 91 Barth (which I love) that needs a new wiper motor and info on installation. Would like help in locating one that fits and any info available. Thanks
 
Posts: 2 | Location: Miami, FL USA | Member Since: 07-17-2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Sam I just had my motor and the linkage replace at a local truck mechanic. He had no problem finding the parts.

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Posts: 1985 | Location: Eden Prairie, MN 55346 USA | Member Since: 01-01-2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If you haven't had any luck... try these folks below. They specialize in all parts etc for wiper motors, blades arms etc.. they were great in getting motors and arms for my 88 Barth.

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Al


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Thanks for the info on the wiper motors. I am not sure but from looking at where the motor goes I may need to have the front skin removed to replace the motor. It sure doesn't look like anb easy job.
 
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Sam I don't know if you are doing it yourself or not. However, I thought the same thing when my left wiper went out. I thing they were easily able to get to it by removing the top of the dash board.

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It is not necessary to remove the skin from the front as it can be replaced through the door in front. It is a little tough to get to but it can be done.

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