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SP250 wiper motor

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Dig-SP
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SP250 wiper motor

Post by Dig-SP » Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:01 am

My wiper motor has a case of the tired's
Help it a little or take one wiper blade off and it is ok, if still a little slow,
Any suggestions, or is there a exploded view of the motor unit available
Thanks,
Cheers
Dig,

migray
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Location: Bakewell

Re: SP250 wiper motor

Post by migray » Sat Sep 14, 2019 8:59 am

Some information on the TR Register forum - with picture links https://www.tr-register.co.uk/forums/in ... per-motor/
May give you some help

Petelang
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Re: SP250 wiper motor

Post by Petelang » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:12 pm

Take one of the screws out from the body of the motor and sniff it. If there is an acrid burnt smell, chances are the armature has overheated and is shorted in which case obtain a spare motor.
If it smells OK, it might just need brushes and a clean up of the commutator.
They are quite common and many parts interchangeable from other makes of vehicle of the ear.
Peter
Peter Langridge
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