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should i add them?? i can get some dirt cheap. is it a pain to install??
 

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well for power at least I would just run it to a separate switch, probably easier and would avoid problems, rather than spicing in to your wipers.. but thats up to you.

I always thought they look cool on troopers, would be good in the snow.
 

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I just picked up a set with all components,just havent installed them
I will look for all the info I have and post it somewhere for you.

They are not used in the rain,they are for cleaning the headlights of snow,salt and dust/mud

Needed I think so,I hate haveing to stop in the winter and clean off buildup of snow.
 

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You need:

Headlight wiper switch

Head light wiper motors,arms and mounts

Washer fluid tank (with both pumps windshield and wipers)

Timer unit


Make sure to get about 6" of the wireing attached to each plug

Wiring diagram


Operation
 

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Wow thanks Bansil!!! I'm going to swing by tomorrow and pick them up. I didnt realize they had sprayers in them. I would have never gotten the timer ether..Thanks again!!!
 

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well damn...it looks like i didnt get the wiper timer. i most have got something else lol....where is that timer???
i ended uo getting everything else though, i think i paid too much ($100).
 

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onebadtrooper said:
well damn...it looks like i didnt get the wiper timer. i most have got something else lol....where is that timer???
i ended uo getting everything else though, i think i paid too much ($100).
Ugh dude can't you read :violent1: it's behind the speaker cover on passenger side.

I don't think 100 is too much
 

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My best Homer Simpson.....DOH :lol:
 

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no need for a timer, just relay them off your windscreen wipers, or barndoor wiper, + an isolator switch
 

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I'm pulling off the headlight wiper system off my old 96 trooper and have everything except the wiper timer. I removed the passenger side speaker but nothing was there. Does anyone know where the timer is located on the 2nd gen troopers?? Thanks and yeah I know this thread is a few years old :wink:
 

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My brother found the fsm for the trooper. The timer is just behind the glove box on 2nd gen troopers.

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