I thought I would post up my wiper motor solution in case someone else needs to do the same thing. Back story is that i rewired my Scout with a kwikwire kit and had also purchased a new headlamp switch and wiper/washer switch from kwikwire to go along with it. Everything went ok with the rewire but i noticed my wiper motor was sluggish on hi and low didn't really work at all. Regretfully I took the wiper motor to a local auto electric place to have it rebuilt (waste of $60) he got the motor running smoothly but after I got it home I noticed something wasn't right. I took the cover off the gear box and saw that the spring finger contact thingy's were worn out. Motor would run but wouldn't self park. Also I realized the black wire is hi speed and low is black and red together. Well the stock Scout wiper switch is what sends power to both wires at once the Kwikwire switch will only send power to one wire at a time (not compatible with Scout wiper motor). Knowing my motor wasn't gonna work unless i could find replacement contacts i spent hours trying to find a solution online. I found an old thread somewhere where a guy said he used a jeep wiper motor in place of his Scout one but didn't give any info other than that and I cant seam to find that thread again. Anyways here is what I did. I purchased this wiper motor from Napa I believe its for an 84-01 Jeep Cherokee It doesn't come with an arm to attach to the wiper arm linkages. The 3 mounting holes line up perfectly with the Scout II wiper motor bracket. you will have to get 3- 6mm 1.0 bolts and 1- 6mm 1.0 nut though cause these baby's are metric. I took the Scout linkage arm off the Scout motor by grinding the little button off opposite the shaft and punching the shaft out. To my surprise it was star shaped. This is actually helpful when modifying it to fit the jeep shaft cause it has a relatively flat top and bottom side so you just have to round out the sides a little. go slowly and test fit often until it fits. I used a die grinder to start and fine tuned with a small round and small triangle shaped file. here is the end result. The Jeep wiper motor is smaller than the Scout one but the gear box is larger so it doesn't line up with all three holes when bolting back onto the windshield frame. The upper right hole is the only one that lines up so you will have to ream out the upper left hole and drill a new lower hole so that you can still use all three bolts. •EDIT: you DON’T need to drill new holes or ream out old holes in the mount bracket! I wasn’t paying enough attention when installing and thought the motor was hitting the underside of the windshield frame and that’s why it wasn’t lining up. Turns out I was wrong. I simply had the 90 degree bend of the bracket on the wrong side of the lower mount hole. Once I saw that it bolted right in in the factory holes. Also you will need to grind down the motor arm stud and nut slightly to clear the arm that goes to the first wiper. I have circled in red both the 90 degree bend in the bracket and the stud that I am talking about. I hope this makes sense. All that's left is wiring! You wont be able to use your stock scout switch with this upgrade because it functions differently. The Jeep wiper motor is a 5 wire setup instead of 3. It has a Black, Red, Tan, Green, and Blue wire coming out of it. Black is ground (this motor doesn't ground through the body) Red is Hi speed Tan is Low speed Green is Park constant and Blue is the wire that will connect to the tan wire after switch has been shut off through a relay. Get a standard 5 terminal relay that has both an 87 and an 87a terminal. Connect Black wire on motor to ground i just ran a wire to the mount bracket as you can see in the pics. Connect Red wire to the Hi speed wire from the wiper switch. Connect the Tan wire from the motor to terminal 30 on the relay. Connect Blue motor wire to terminal 87a on relay. Connect Green wire from the motor to a +12v ignition switched source (I am using the stock Scout II green park wire from the stock Scout 3 terminal connector for old motor). Now you have to connect the low speed wire from the wiper switch to both terminals 86 and 87 of the relay and terminal 85 goes to ground as usual. Here is a bad schematic that i drew up to show what i did. My wiper switch has H,L,P,B, and W terminals. High, Low, Battery, and Washer are used Park is done in the relay so nothing is connected to the P terminal on my switch. So when you turn on the switch it energizes the relay and takes power away from the Blue wire (87a normally closed) and sends power to the Tan wire via terminals 87 and 30 not sure why or how but the relay stays energized even when you switch to the hi setting. I saw this online and its confirmed. when you shut off the switch the power goes back to the Blue wire and back feeds to the Tan wire (internally in the motor) and puts the motor into park position. If the Blue wire has power at same time as low or hi speed wire it will short out which is why the relay is necessary. Hope this helps someone and I will post a video of it working soon. I bench tested all of this before I installed and it works!