Wiring the system up is pretty straightforward, because most of the wires coming out of the switch are already terminated and there is a harness that will plug into the motor. All you need to do is plug the harness into the motor and route the wires out of the way, then cut them to size and crimp on the push together connectors. You will also need to add two spade terminals and hook them to a good ground.Wiring the system up is pretty straightforward, because most of the wires coming out of th The new two-speed intermittent switch fits like a glove into the stock location. PWD also gives you a new chrome nut to hold it in place. The switch is made to use either the factory knob or this one provided in the kit. We don't have a stock knob, so we'll use this one till we can get one. A small setscrew holds on either of the knobs. It will be no sweat to add a washer system later as the switch already has the push-to-activate feature built in.The switch is made to use either the factory knob or this one provided in the kit. We don' Here are a couple of shots so you can see how the system looks when complete. There is still plenty of room for the factory defroster vents, glove box and instrument cluster.There is still plenty of room for the factory defroster vents, glove box and instrument cl With the system complete, we needed to hook up some power and see if it works, and check and see if the wipers will park in the right location. PWD provides this cool little way to check how the wipers will perform without having wipers. Use some zip-ties as shown to act as wiper arms. We set the zip ties and hit the switch, and without missing a beat away they went. Things worked nice and smooth and the motor was very quiet, even though it's in the passenger compartment. Not too bad for a system that only cost $429.95.With the system complete, we needed to hook up some power and see if it works, and check a FILLING THE VOID To deal with the hole left in the firewall by the factory wiper motor, PWD provides this plate if you don't want to permanently modify the car. You could also reinstall the factory motor if you want that factory stock look.To deal with the hole left in the firewall by the factory wiper motor, PWD provides this p We are going to shave the hole completely for a smooth, uncluttered look. The first step is to make a filler panel. An easy way to make a pattern is to get a piece of paper or masking tape and then rub along the edges of the hole with a pencil. This will leave a visible line that you can cut along and then transfer to a piece of sheet metal.We are going to shave the hole completely for a smooth, uncluttered look. The first step i Once we had the filler panel cut we set our Lincoln SP-100 welder to a wire speed of 5.5 and voltage to G. We put a few tacks at the corners and let it cool. Then we came back and tack by tack stitched welded all the way around the filler panel, stopping every fifth tack to let the area cool.Once we had the filler panel cut we set our Lincoln SP-100 welder to a wire speed of 5.5 a A Flap Disc grinding wheel on an electric grinder made quick work of knocking down the welds.A Flap Disc grinding wheel on an electric grinder made quick work of knocking down the wel Now we have a nice base to apply some filler and sand it nice and smooth. SOURCES Pacific Western Design 693 Blue Sky Drive Port Townsend WA 98368 360-385-5493 www.pacificwesterndesign.com « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Calin Head Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!