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Hello I will help you with your question,
The wiring diagram for the motor and switch is shown here >click<, there are no views of the connectors to the motor or the switch so some work with an ohmeter will be required to determine which is which. I do believe the letter designation for the pins is molded into the switch so matching it up would not be too hard. The switches are widely available and run about $25
Let me know what I can do to help you with this
How did you know what the colors are?
Did you look at the wiring diagram I posted above?
Do you nave an ohmeter?
The switch is powered from the black/light green wire at the ignition switch and the connections with the wire colors are shown on the diagram.
OK, so you do have the harness to the motor so you don't need that end right?
As I posted above I believe the switch is marked with the letter designation you can see on the diagram I posed above but it may take a little work with an ohmeter if not. I can help you check this but use the diagram I posted above to see which color goes to which letter pin on the switch. Any autopart store will have the switch for about $25, get the one for the standard wipers.
Have you viewed the diagram I posed above?
Do you have an ohmeter?
That is enough harness.
Depending on how much power they have for the ignition you may need to wire another toggle to give power to the wipers. The switches have a limit on how much current you can run through them.
You don't need a Ford switch just a BWD, Standard or Dorman from a parts store.
If the switch is not marked let me know and I will help you measure it to be sure where it goes.
Have you looked at the diagram I posted above so I can run through it with you and explain the connections?