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Posted: 06/13/22 01:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a 2006 Ford Chassis that was sold as a 2007 Coachman Mirada. In 2014, the driver side wiper arm flew during a huge rainstorm.

To get home, I got on top of the RV. Disconnected the passenger side wiper arm and put it on the driver side.

The part number reportedly used was a RA750JH-LH. Reportedly 2 new wiper arms were installed.

In 2021, the driver side wiper arm flew off again. But now it seems nowhere is there a RA750JH-LH part.

Any ideas?

Trying to attach photo of what I get with a RA750JH-RH with the remaining wiper.
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Posted: 06/13/22 02:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Have you tried getting a Ford dealer to order one for you?


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RetiredRealtorRick wrote:

Have you tried getting a Ford dealer to order one for you?


Chevy/Workhorse/Ford/Freightliner. Wiper components are NOT from the chassis maker. Electrical components are sometimes but not hard parts. Doug

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ALL Class A motorhomes The wiper motor and Arms are aftermarket OEM installed. BUT, on Ford Class A chassis they still utilize the Ford Wiper control module. Usually you go back to the RV maker for motor and wiper arm and linkage parts. ROME TRUCK PARTS 1-800-284-4345 They carry almost ALL the various OEM supplier parts. Doug http://www.rometruckparts.com/


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This is the post I made on the same issue, re replacement wiper arms et'al. Below is the link.
https://www.irv2.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5469257

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Probably Denso wiper arms. My 2006 National F53 is. Google them.

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For those who couldn't follow the link I sent, here is a cut and paste version.

Coachmen Aurora (02-05) W/Wiper Repair Parts List.
For anyone who has windshield wiper motor/assembly issues. My wipers stopped working on our rush home last March to get back across the Canadian border before the shutdown. My wiper motor over heated, and the wipers stopped or vice versa. Just before arriving home the signal lights quit as well. After a long knuckle busting search for the cause I finally got to the root of the problem.
The root cause was a badly corroded wiper pivot shaft on the drivers side that seized causing the motor to overheat which in turn melted the wiper circuit control module mounted on the floor behind the brake pedal. The wiper fuse should have blown first but Coachmen used a 30 amp fuse in that slot instead of a 15 amp. Bad set up as the control module will melt before the fuse ever blows. It took a few weeks to determine all the parts numbers as Coachmen now Forest River have nothing on file as to what after market system was used.
Here's the part list:

1. Wexco pivot shaft assembly #300657
2. Pantograph adapter dry #200241
3. Dayna pantograph wiper arm wet #200487N
4. Wexco Wiper motor #D103
5. Dorman wiper control module #906-151 (906151) pulse module. (This module controls everything attached to the wiper arm on the steering column, wipers, signals, W/washer pump and bright lights)
Replaces a number of Ford part numbers no longer available.
(ie) YC2Z17C476aa

One other major issue..!!! These parts are not available or listed by our Canadian auto parts stores. So I had to order them from the States. With the exchange rate at $0.74 on the dollar it cost me an additional $300 plus shipping and brokerage fees. But hey... I now have working w/wipers just in time to park the MH for the winter till the border opens again.

I hope these part numbers will help someone else out and save weeks of online searching.

Happy Trails.

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