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Bobby Covert

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cant get the drivers side air wiper to come on. Right side works but the wiper path is short or limited in its wiping . Any help is appreciated. Thank you.post-1685-0-16365000-1436489716_thumb.jppost-1685-0-16365000-1436489716_thumb.jp

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if air is getting to the motor, pull the air line off and spray some penetrating oil in it and reconnect the line.

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Thank you. I bought this truck a few months ago. It's in great shape but a few things need some tweaking. I try not to have it out when raining. But I am bound to get caught in the rain sooner or later!

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Great looking B. Wipers dont have a lot of power, on dry glass they can be a little slow getting going. oil helps and using them now and then is good too. Enjoy the truck! Chrome looks great.

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They are hooked together so if one doesn't work then the linkage is broken.

Mine have always worked but until I put a new supply line to the valve now they will throw the blades off they go so fast. The original line was collapsed and limited the air volume. Usually something simple. I also pulled air motor off and cleaned the sludge out from the last 50 years. Basic maintenance is all that is needed.

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I'm looking for a diagram for air lines on a dash control valve and wiper motor I have a H67 same a s Bmodel

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