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Rear Raider Wiper not Working #1105251 09/16/19 01:21 AM
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red1987raider Offline OP
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Hey guys. Rear wiper on '87 Raider stopped working. Dash switch is good but put the multimeter to the motor and it's not getting power. Removed motor and tested it — works fine. Auto wiring is my weak link. Any ideas for trouble shooting this thing? Many thanks!


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Re: Rear Raider Wiper not Working [Re: red1987raider] #1105252 09/16/19 11:08 AM
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Unless you're a stickler for authenticity, the first thing to do is to run a jumper wire from the switch to the motor with everything in place to see if all works that way. If it does then just run a new wire to the motor and put it under the door sill, through the fender and through the hole into the rear door.

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Re: Rear Raider Wiper not Working [Re: red1987raider] #1105256 09/19/19 11:14 PM
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Re: Rear Raider Wiper not Working [Re: red1987raider] #1105266 09/23/19 12:22 PM
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Thanks, Cheesegrater. I think I'll have to go that route. But just for the sake of knowing, I'm still wondering where the problem lies with the stock set-up.


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Re: Rear Raider Wiper not Working [Re: red1987raider] #1105356 11/20/19 05:42 AM
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Mine has done the same thing. Does your rear window squiter work when button is depressed? Mine doesn't but button does function just not in this Montero. Wondering if you found culprit.


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Re: Rear Raider Wiper not Working [Re: red1987raider] #1105357 11/20/19 02:59 PM
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