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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS CHAPTER I WINDSHIELD WIPER (ELECTRIC) Fig. 1  Electric Windshield Wiper components DESCRIPTION The  standard  windshield  wiper  available  on  S-Series Trucks is the electric cowl mounted dual wiper system shown in Fig. 1.  Except for the control switch, which is mounted on the   instrument   panel,   all   service   on   the   wiper   system   is performed at front of cab. OPERATION When  control  switch  is  turned  to  "LO"  or  "HI"  wiper speed is controlled accordingly. When control switch is turned off,   wiper   blades   move   automatically   to   "park"   position   on windshield (50 mm or 2 inches up from bottom of windshield). Reciprocating  action  of  wiper  arms  results  from  rotation  of drive lever on wiper motor. IMPORTANT Do  not  attempt  to  move  wiper  blades  through  their arc by grasping wiper arm.  This action can damage motor  internal  parts  or  bend  wiper  linkage.  Also,  if blades   are   frozen   to   windshield,   do   not   operate control switch until blades have been freed. REMOVAL Linkage 1. Remove windshield washer hose from fittings on top of cowl. 2. Remove  wiper  blades  and  arms  (Fig.  2).    Do  not  lose articulating rod end clip. Fig. 2  Removing Wiper Arms CTS-2732  Page 1 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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