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|Package Contents:||Wiper Motor, Instruction Sheet|
|Washer Pump Included:||No|
|Number of Mounting Holes:||3|
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Q:PART NUMBER 85-2010 IS THIS PART US MADE ?
A:Hi Chilechoker, Advance Auto Parts does sell Made in the USA products as well as products manufactured from many other countries in order to keep our pricing competitive. Please also keep in mind that many suppliers have multiple manufacturing plants that could result in different countries of origin for the same part.
Q:How do i change my wiper motor?
A:Instructions to replace a wiper motor: 1. Locate the windshield wiper motor. It is usually mounted to the vehicle's firewall between the engine and driving compartment. If you have trouble locating it, consult the service manual for your year and model vehicle. The manual will show you the exact location of the wiper motor. 2. Use a fused jumper wire to bypass the motor's relay once you have located the wiper motor. Use your service manual to locate the relay. Hook one side to the positive battery terminal and touch the other end to the positive on the wiper motor. If the motor works and the arms move, replace the relay. 3. Use the positive lead on your jumper wire to touch the positive terminal on the relay. If the motor works, you will need to check the gear mechanism inside the motor assembly. If it does not work, continue with the removal and replacement procedures that follow. 4. Locate the grounding strap. One end of the grounding strap is secured to the motor case with a bolt or screw. The opposite end is secured to one of the wiper motor mount bolts. Once you have located the grounding strap, remove the mount bolt it is grounded to using your open-end box-end wrench or ratchet set. Move the ground strap out of the way so it does not get stretched or damaged. 5. Remove all other mount bolts (varies from car to car). Gently pull the washer motor away from the mount and remove from the engine compartment. 6. Line up the mount holes on your new washer motor with the mount bolts on the firewall. Push the motor onto the mount bolts and secure in place with the mounting nuts. Tighten nuts in a star pattern so the washer motor is flush against the firewall. Reinstall the wiper motor grounding strap. 7. Use your fused jumper wire to test the new motor's operation. The motor should turn freely. If not, the new part is defective. Return it to the vendor you bought it from and get a new one. 8. Disconnect the jumper wire leads. Install the connector to the relay. Check motor operation from the switches on the driver's console. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:does this motor opperate faster than the stock 1971 c10 motor.
A:This Cardone Select New Wiper Motor(85-2010) is not an ideal part for a 1971 C10 motor. Please check the Cardone Wiper Motor with Part No. 40-154 which is ideal for your vehicle. This part does not exceed but meets the stock C10 motor performance.
Q:is this motor for 1957 chevy and does it come with the electrical hook ups
A:If you could please include the model of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.