[TR] TR250 Windshield Wiper Motor and switch

timthebold@ameritech.net timthebold at ameritech.net
Fri Jan 23 17:45:20 MST 2015

I did mine through the scuttle vent.

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From: "Roger Elliott" <elliottr at rmi.net>
To: <triumphs at autox.team.net>
Subject: [TR] TR250 Windshield Wiper Motor and switch
Date: Fri, Jan 23, 2015 6:58 PM

Those rubber pieces are accessible behind the plates under the dash,
right?  (After removing the glove box, etc.)



On 01/22/2015 10:10 PM, Tim Moore

There is a rubber fitting under the sill on the wheel
box just like there is on top. These rubber parts
deteriorate over time and can crack. Im guessing that is
what has happened to yours. Its a fairly easy thing to

On Thursday,
January 22, 2015 7:31 PM, Roger Elliott
<elliottr at rmi.net> wrote:


But now, I have discovered a new problem - isn't that
the way it always 

The passenger wheel box assembly wobbles when the wiper
is running. It 
wobbles less when the windshield is wet, but it still

I have tightened the nut as much as I dare - it helped,
but it still 

The first thing I did in this process was to pull the
wiper rack cable 
out, cleaned and greased it and put it back in.  I did
not do anything 
to the wheelboxes, thinking the grease on cable would
take care of the 
wheel boxes.

Do I need to get new wheelbox fittings?  Will that
help?  Is there 
anything else that holds them in place?
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