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Old 07/08/12, 05:42 PM   #1
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wiper motor wiring

I'm running a new painless harness and need to route the wires through the windshield frame.

What's the best way to route the wires when the old harness is gone? In other words, what tricks do you guys use to get the wires installed?
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Old 07/08/12, 10:43 PM   #2
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Helped motoman route the wiper motor harness up through the windshield frame. He had the windshield layed down which was a help. I used a coat hanger to fish through the frame from the top down, taped the harness to it, and pulled.

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Old 07/09/12, 10:55 AM   #3
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we either use some welding wire to fish it through or use the string and air technique. once it through attach it to the string or wire and pull slowly.

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Old 08/02/12, 07:45 PM   #4
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I used some rigid plastic tubing like for water line. I ran it about an inch out the top hole in the windshield. Ran my wires through and just left it in place to prevent chaffing. I think any way you can get it through there pretty much works.

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