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Old 07-23-2009, 12:25 PM   #1
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Has anyone seen a thread in here on how to install a new wiper motor? I did a search and did not come up with much. How difficult is it to do? I don't need specifice steps (I have a FSM), I just want to know if it is something I should tackle.
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Roy...if you have the FSM..You can do it! I say go for it...take pictures, do a write up and we will get it added to the tech area.
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Mine was freaking out in the rain, so I replaced it. Not difficult.
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Thanks. I did mine and it was easy. The only trick is to put a wrench on the pivot arm bolt to rotate the mechanism so the arms are in the best position to pull them out of the cavity the assembly is down in. Once you do that, everything else is straight forward.

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