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Old 05-16-2013, 08:33 AM
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Wiper linkage

the wiper linkage on my 58 f100 has gone south. there appears to be a coupler of sorts between the transmission arm and the motor clevis. The transmission arm can now move around on the pivot point and make the arms come in contact, jamming the mechanism. Any help would be appreciated.
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Cbass Not sure just which part it is you need or if you have vacuum or electric motor. but Dennis Carpenter and many others sell the clevis assembly that attaches between the electric motor and the transmission arms B6Q-17542-A and many other parts.
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yeah, I got the clevis from DC and it is perfect but it does not come with the plastic piece that fills the gap between the arm and the clevis. It is like a plastic bushing. might go to the parts store to see if there is a generic fix. thanks for the thought though.
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