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How does one identify what speed switch is in one's car?
If you're referring to what speed... you have off, one and two for a two speed. If there is no positions that you feel an engagement, then it's a variable speed.
Looks like I need a variable speed motor. Anyone got one that works?
Did you bench test the one you have? It could just be the contacts under the cover plate. Sitting for a long time, they might just need a little help to get them started again. Check the fuse also.
I have no wiper motor or linkage, just the switch. Now I know what kind of motor I need to be on the hunt for.
A variable speed on a 64?
Yes! they had variable speed wipers
Who's got a variable speed motor & linkage that they want to sell?
My '62 is variable speed.
They even had am/fm radios too!!
What do you mean by variable speed, I guess I’ve only seen a 2 speed and single speed on an early B body.
I think polara 500 that had ac loaded car, but I can’t look until I get back from Carlisle, if you don’t find one send me a message next Friday cost is what ever shipping is
The switch has no positions except off. Works as a rheostat just like your headlight switch when you dim the interior and dash lights.
Does it have a relay like the light switch
That’s what I thought you meant, I’ve never seen one. You learn something new everyday.
They use a bar resistance plate on the back of the switch to control the voltage. It also has a circuit breaker.
Don't know if it's variable speed or not... www.forbbodiesonly.com/moparforum/threads/1964-d0dge-parts.155332/