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Electric spout rotator

BLT
By BLT, 01/02/2017
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  This how I did mine.

You need a GM window motor in the 1996-99 Model year similar to the attached.

 http://www.dormanproducts.com/catalog/WindowLiftMotors.pdf 

I got mine from the bone yard so I got the two wire connector and pigtail to run it. 
Then a 7/8" 12 pt X 3/8" sq dr socket. You can take that to the bone yard and slip It over the motor gear to check it for fit.

It shoulde\ be snug. That's your driving member.
A spare tire 13/6" lug wrench. You cut the ends off and use it as a take up shaft.
Three 1-1/2 "X1/2 OD X 5/16"ID spacers.
A mounting brkt, dimensions to be determined.
A Gardner Bender GSW 123 DPDT switch spring loaded center off. 
A piece of conduit for a brace. 
And when you get done, it should look like the one I did.

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