Wow, I wish I would have known that then. Just happened to find column at wreckers, cause nobody had one. When I had it installed, I did then only have high speed. The owner of the shop couldn't find my old column cause mechanic had thrown it out. I just figured i'd deal with it til I got a new wiper motor, cause I had lost my intermittent on previous one. Only had low and high. And every now and then I'd have alley mechanic by my house try to adjust wipers,cause he would say they were out of adjustment. When they got wacko (out of sync). I should have asked you guys then. You all really know your s**t. I have recently found a new shop that so far, I like. We'll see what he can do for me. Hopefully we can find switch and I'll put new bushings on. I do have tilt wheel and intermittent wipers so, I hopefully know what I'm looking for. Thanks so much for info. After all this do you think I should still change motor? Seeing I had lost intermittent on old column wiper? Thanks Again guys. Always so helpful.
Your intermittent is a module near the column and the wiper switch is actually inside the top of the column. The column on these was manufactured by Saginaw Division of General Motors for Chrysler. As a result you need the GM tools to get it apart. If you remove the bottom dash cover, you can see the wiring from the column, there is a multiple plug tied to the dimmer switch and ignition switch wiring, it has a total of 25 pins (male) in the connector body, there are as many as 5 plugs going into it. The longest one has 10 pins, it is the turn signal switch connector, pin 1 is empty, the next one is an 8 pin, pins are 11-18 and 11 is empty, this is the wiper switch connection, Pin 12 is brown possibly with dots, and should have one wire going up the column and one to the intermittent module (tan plastic box) this is the wiper low speed. Pin 13 should be a red wire, this is wiper high speed. Pin 14 should be a double dark green wire, this is to motor and intermittent module. Pin 15 should be a dark blue wire, this is power for the wiper system. Pin 16 should be a plain brown wire and feeds the intermittent wiper module and washer pump (this is what runs the wipers when you wash the windshield).
Pin 17 should be a black wire and is the switch ground. Pin 18 should be a black with green stripe wire and is the intermittent module ground.
The intermittent module should have a black plug with latches on both ends, it has 8 slots, of which 6 are used, 1 is dark green, 2 is empty, 3 is brown with dashes, 4 is empty, 5 is dark green with dashes, 6 is violet, 7 is brown, 8 is white. White, violet, and dark green with dashes all go into the wiper switch harness on the column, the others all interconnect with the vehicle harness plug.