Rear Wiper & Washer in My Maruti Alto


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Varun560061 I am ordered New wagon R s washer nozzle from MGP website . I got a call back in minutes and confirmed delivery with in a week. I hope it will do the duty well unlike zens. It has only one washer jet.

Here is the part no of wagon R VXI rear washer nozzle : 38840-67L00
 
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Sure man there its possible I guess the only thing needed to drill a hole. what what you do on the present hole?
 
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wow this clear the position question about the wiper. one more question how did you accommodate the wiper motor since i don't see the mounting points in the 800 Alto (not the new model) did you made mounting positions in the boot? or did you change the boot door to 1.1 GL one?

i have contact my local dealer and he said we need to change the boot door since Alto don't have a motor mounting points in boot door. i relay like to see how you have lay the pipes and mount the motor and how you made a hole in the boot door.
 
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No kamalb there is no need to change the door. open your door pad and you can see some holes present in that. Put wiper motor inside and tighten with bolts. that's all. the only thing you have to do is drill two holes :)
 
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At last I managed to click some snaps of my car and rear wiper., I am sharing the pictures.

Let me start with car washing picture.

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Waiting for my turn

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Washing progress., look @the transparent Flashers :)

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Fixed Switches on the dashboard

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Wiper Motor

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Wiper motor. Look at the green and blue wires. both are positives and the body acting as earth

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Full cabin view

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Motor close up

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Wiring progress

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Wiring progress

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How it looks anyway?

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Wiper and washer on action

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Spraying entire area

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Spraying area!

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Altos front washer jet. Doing duty well.

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Water all over

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Wiping area

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Washer jet

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How is the perfection?

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Finally I found a solution to fix speakers on the door itself using spacers. That means I saved a few more bucks. Planned to fix parcel tray for speakers because there is no space for boxes as Sub eating the entire area.

I am happy with this DIY and Varun I am thanking you again and again.

BTW I met @shankarnarayanan and his fabulous Dzire. Experienced his awesome ICE. man its wonderful.
 
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Cool, need more pic's of the wiper motor mounting.

Have you connected the wiper to ignition or direct to battery ?

Are those same plugs of a computer's SMPS which I mentioned ?
 
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@Varun560061 connected to ignition not battery.

Wiper motor mounting I have to remove the rear pad again. Will do it. :)

Yes Yes it is the same pins you mentioned
 
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GR8 Diy[clap] i wanted to do this to my alto for quite a long time and you have provided a nice diy for people like me to go ahead and get the job done

i have some questions for you if u can kindly provide some details with pics
1.with which equipment did u make 2 holes on the rear door?
2.where did you fit the water motor?
3.how did you route the wiper motor wires and the pipes that carry water to the rear door?

@Varun560061 connected to ignition not battery.

Wiper motor mounting I have to remove the rear pad again. Will do it. :)

Yes Yes it is the same pins you mentioned
post some more pics of wires and pipes routing
 
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Finally I found a solution to fix speakers on the door itself using spacers. That means I saved a few more bucks. Planned to fix parcel tray for speakers because there is no space for boxes as Sub eating the entire area.
Rakesh, another cool DIY bro.. [:D]
Just curious to know how you fixed those speakers there?? [confused]
Did you drill/cut the back door of the car??
 
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BTW I met @shankarnarayanan and his fabulous Dzire. Experienced his awesome ICE. man its wonderful.
Awesome DIY Rakesh. Look quite like OE finish to me.

Glad we got a chance to meet each other. Have already bought the products for the next upgrade for my ICE which will be installed soon[;)]. WIll give you an audition once my upgrade is complete in a week's time.

Regards,
Sankar
 
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bonvik; said:
1.with which equipment did u make 2 holes on the rear door?
2.where did you fit the water motor?
3.how did you route the wiper motor wires and the pipes that carry water to the rear door?
Put holes using hand drill with 5/8 bits

Water motor fixed on the stock tank itself. I am changed the tank from the old VX to accommodate 2 motors.

wires and hose routed via door skill pads and the top!

Fyzy09; said:
Just curious to know how you fixed those speakers there?? [confused]
Did you drill/cut the back door of the car??
There is no need to cut or anything I changed the door pad with MDF one.

SankarNarayanan; said:
Glad we got a chance to meet each other. Have already bought the products for the next upgrade for my ICE which will be installed soon[;)]. WIll give you an audition once my upgrade is complete in a week's time.
Thanks man., I am waiting to see your upgrade
 

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