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Default 1967 Mustang Windshield Wiper System

1. Is there an after market intermittent motor and switch that can be installed?
2. I seem to have the windshield wiper fluid squirters but i can't find the reservoir or the way the squirters are activated.

Any suggestions are welcome.
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Hey. I know CJ Pony parts carry an intermittent wiper switch for 65-66, 69-70, and 71-73, but I couldn't find it for a 1967, sorry. I'm not sure how the 67 wipers and squirters work, but I know on the 66 you pull out on the wiper knob and turn on the wipers. The resevoir will be either a bag or a plastic container mounted on the driver side front inner fender.
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Here is a pic of where the washer fluid reservoir should be. An early '67 would have a bag instead of the plastic jug.



Here is a thread that has pics of the washer pedal location and some more useful info.

http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...er-switch.html
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