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    Slow wipers

    My wipers are very slow on low or high which sucks in heavy rain, ant ideas, plus I would like to convert to intermittent, how hard would this be and what do I need?
    I've added a few things to my 86 Ram50, A/C P/S found a new makuni carb on Ebay. just got a new 100 amp Delco alternator I'm putting on it also have a Tach cluster I bought from another member and a overdrive automatic trans when find a wide block 2.0 eventually I'll get around to painting it.

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    1986 Dodge Ram 50

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    Easy fix. Take a 12 mm wrench and remove the wiper arm. Use panther pis AKA penetrating oil spray of some kind WD-40 like that. Spray it down inside the pivots. If that does not work remove the metal cover on the motor. Where it has the worm gear. The grease is hard as a rock. Clean and re lube.
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    multi switches with intermittent can be found on some of the Dodge trucks like the XPS's . they a strait bolt on and plug in, no mods needed

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