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Old March 1st, 2008, 05:12 PM
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Does M151 vaccum motor fit on the m715 or i need specific m715 wiper motor ... if not working ... does any other models can fit in there ??

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The bolt pattern should be the same...it is a universal type. I have seen old Dodge Powerwagons that have cosmetically different but interchangable vacuum wiper motors...s I would think they would fit fine...might havesome slight diferences or part numbers but no sweat.
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Nice because i can have a set of NOS m151 vaccum motor for cheap ..... but don't want to buy them for nothing

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Looks just like the M715 ones.
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The difference is the arm length. The M-151 one is a bit longer. Everything else is the same and will bolt right up. What you do is add a small spacer inside the windshield to make the proper shaft length outside. I did this when replacing mine with M-151 motors.

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Anybody ever take one of their wiper motors apart to see what's inside? I have a very slow one on the passenger side and before I spring for a new one, I figured I'd give it a go.

Never had an occasion in the past to get into a vacuum wiper motor, surprisingly......
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Yep, open it and there is a little screen in there...tend to suck in stuff, plug up some, and get slow.
Open it, clean, light touch of oil and good to go...you can add a little piece of a nylon stocking or such on the outside air entrane to keep stuff from getting in going forward.
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On both the M725 and M715 there are spacers on the wiper bracket.If the wiper doesn' t work trying spraying silicon in the opening . also i use My compressor to check the wiper motors . just turn the compressor output pressure down,
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The wiper motor is truly a very simple design, usually what happens is a little silicone spray attracts a lot of dirt. Open it up, clean everything well, a little light oil (break free clp works real well), and they tend to free up nicely. . ...
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All good to know!

Is there a diaphragm in there that operates them? Or is it a piston?
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