[TR] TR250 Windshield Wiper Motor and switch
elliottr at rmi.net
Sat Jan 24 11:45:26 MST 2015
I was wondering if that is possible. Did you use long needle nose
pliers or something similar to position the parts?
On 01/23/2015 06:45 PM, timthebold at ameritech.net wrote:
> I did mine through the scuttle vent.
> Sent from my Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone
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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 wrote:
>> 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 replace.
>> 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 wobbles.
>> 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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