One version of the wiring per the orange owners handbook, ...... for ref next to it is a pic of the wiring for a Ti Super.
The car is a 64 TI, and I confirmed the wipers switch wiring is NOT per the orange GIULIA TI owners handbook but like the green GIULIA TI SUPER handbook!
I received the Milano motor from APE, disassembled and cleaned the sticky grease off and lightly lube it. It's a 2 speed and I decided to run it at normal speed rather than fast.
The mod required to adapt it to the wiring per the schematic for the TI SUPER shown was quite simple.
Note the dash switch has a Red and Green wires in the top 2 spades, and Blk/Wht and Green in the lower 2 spades. These are not changed. Verify the Green wire gets power when switch is off, red gets power when switch is on.
1) Cut off the Milano connector.
2) The Milano motor mod, unsolder and move the Green wire over to the Blu/Wht terminal.
2b) Open the plastic cover and clean the insides, while in there, working on the inside of the cover, carefully cut off the copper contact arm from the Black wire close to the cover.
Lightly grease the contact disc and snap the cover back on.
3) The Blu/Wht wire should then be extended with a length of RED wire ( from the old motor so it has a spade end).
4) The Blu/Red wire (difficult to see the thin red stripe) should be extended with a length of Green wire from the old motor ( so it has a spade end).
Note: The Blk/Wht wire is not used in my car , the foot switch is disconnected. Therefore the the lead from the car is left disconnected. In the future I'll try and have the wash/wipe function working but the car has a Dodge foot washer pump (bolts right in) that doesn't have wiper connections.
5) Connect to the car and test. Red to Red, Green to Green. When off it should park...Blk/Wht not connected.
Pics show Before and After Milano motor mod. Just green wire moved over, and cut off the copper contact arm from the Black wire under the white plastic cover.