New 59 ford f100 owner. Trying to troubleshoot the windshield wiper system. Did hours of research and looking through this forum for help and I'm still stuck. The system was gutted prior to me. Wiper motor and switch was only parts left. I've read for continuity and power trying to figure it out. I've applied power and grounds to the places I would suspect would work. No go. I'm looking for a wiring diagram for the switch, which looks stock (engineering number: C3TB-17A553-F) and the motor which is lacking a stamp of any kind.The switch has 6 terminals P, A, A1, F, F1, and B. I'm assuming P is park, B is power, and the A's and F's are the speeds being a three position switch. The motor itself only has three wires coming from it yellow, black, and red. I'm a aviation electrician in the military and it's sorta getting on my nerves that I can troubleshoot multimillion dollar systems with hundreds of wires but when it comes down to three wires and a switch I'm lost. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Better question now that I figured out I'm a dumbass and the motor is case grounded. Does the motor turn in a single direction or will it switch back and forth?
motors turn in a single direction...the lever turns in a single direction in most... goes around like the push rods on a steam locomotive.. or your legs on a bicycle crank.. but instead of the push rod moving the lever/cam.. the gear inside spins the cam/lever to keep the torque constant as it goes around..if you still need info on the wiring.. i might be able to find something.. i think the pickups used similar switches thru the mid 60s and econolines thru 67..