They are both located under the plastic wiper cowl in the area between the hood and windshield. Remove the wipers (if you aren't sure how to do that you pull the tabs about 3/4 of the way out) then you remove the screws in the wiper cowl. Once it is removed you should see both the wiper motor and control bar.
Its attached to the windshield wiper motor you will have to remove the cowl to get access to it.
MOTOR FOR WIPERS
The windshield wiper control module is usually in the fuse box located in the engine compartment of most automobiles. Sometimes the windshield wiper control module is located on the firewall next to the windshield wiper motor.
ITS WITH THE WIPER MOTOR ITS ALL ONE UNIT
The windshield needs to be folded into the down position to access the wiper motor. There are a couple cut-outs in the metal of the cowl that allows access to the wiper motor & linkage. There are release bolts on either side of the windshield & of course the top needs to be off.
in the front side of the wiper motor
Weak battery or alternator output.
Fan motor should be located at the passenger side firewall
on the bottom of the wiper motor. its where the cables plug into
It is under the cowl at the base of the windshield. You will have to remove the wiper arms and the cowl cover to access.
It is located in the washer fluid reservoir.
If its like a 96 you remove the windshield wiper motor and assembly
The windshield washer motor is located on the passenger side firewall
you access the fan blower by removing the windshield wiper motor from the outside of the car.
under grill between bonnet [hood] and windscreen you need to remove grill to get to it
If the wiper motor is good and the motor shaft turns when the wiper is on then you need to check the linkage for the wiper arm. the rear wiper motors and switches are notorious for going bad in the jgc you may have lost your switch.
I have a 95 Cherokee Country and I guess they are the same. The motor is on the firewall under the hood on the passenger side behind the washer fluid container. You will need to remove the fluid reservoir to access the bolts holding the motor in.
Remove the windshield wiper arm from the windshield wiper motor. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the retaining nut. Reverse the process to install the new windshield wiper motor.
a bad fuse, control module (that little thing you use to turn on your wipers), or the windshield wiper motor is bad.
The board is under the cap in the Wiper Motor.
The windshield washer motor is mounted nside the windshield washer resovoir, you will see the electrical plug going to it towards the bottom.
The metal panel between the hood and windshield is removed to service the wiper motor.
The fuse, if not, then the switch, then the motor, but by then you will also need a test light and/or a DMM.
It has an IAC ( idle air control ) motor on the throttle body.
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