Re: Wiper Motor Ground Plate
You need to ground the switch. The wiper motor has power all the time and the various functions are controlled by the switch grounding each function accordingly so if the switch isn't grounded nothing on the wiper motor will work.
The switch typically uses a ground strap for this such as the one shown in your picture where the wiper motor has one that is usually shorter attached to the lower bolt on the wiper motor although I'm not completely sure with your particular year.
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