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1972 Chevy Camaro Z28 Windshield Wiper Motor, With Hidden Wipers

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1972 Chevy Camaro Z28 Windshield Wiper Motor, With Hidden Wipers

1972 Chevy Camaro Z28   Windshield Wiper Motor, With Hidden Wipers

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1970-73 Windshield Wiper Motor With Hidden Wipers
Part #: 727098
Price:
$149.99 ea.
Availability:
Temporarily Discontinued
Fitment:
1970 thru 1973
See applications below for exact details.

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1972 CHEVY CAMARO Z28 Remove This Item

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'1972 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28'

DESCRIPTION


  • Includes Mounting Grommets
  • Stock Replacement 

This stock replacement windshield washer is manufactured by GM or by one of its authorized suppliers for use as a factory replacement part. You will find the fit and function meets all GM specifications. Using stock replacement parts from Eckler's, such as this windshield washer, is a sound investment in the restoration or repair of your Camaro.
 

What are Recessed, Depressed or Hidden Wipers? Depressed Wiper Systems, sometimes refereed to as Hidden or Recessed Wipers, is a feature which pulls the wipers to a low position (usually behind the hood or cowl) when the wipers are turned off. The three main functions of the Depressed System are for aerodynamics, protection and aesthetics. Having the wipers depress gives the car a streamline appearance along the windshield and will protect the blades by placing them in a semi-sheltered, storage area. Some cars were equipped with depressed park wipers starting in the mid 1960’s. When wipers are switched off, a parking mechanism or circuit moves the wipers to the lower extreme of the windshield, behind the hood or cowl and out of sight. An easy way to identify your system as Depressed would be by an extra arm extending off the wiper arms to the wiper transmission. Square Style motors on the firewall will not be depressed wipers as they lack the reverse circuit required to pull the wipers to the depressed position.

 

 

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