There is a rubber plug at the wiper arm joint. Take a small screwdriver and remove the rubber plug. There is a hex nut (11mm)that will be exposed, remove the hex nuts. You can then remove the wiper arm from the motor. There is a small rubber hose that connects to a swivel joint on the rear door, be careful, but you can remove this hose, and then the wiper arms can be removed. This will allow you to remove a plastic hex nut, that is under the rear wiper arm. Remove the plastic nut from the wiper motor. You then need to open the rear glass from the rear hatch. Look inside where the glass latches to the rear hatch. There is a Phillips head screw that connects the rear inner plastic pannel to the rear hatch, remove this screw. Now, in the strap that you use to pull the rear hatch down, there is a torques head screw, that holds this strap to the rear hatch, you need to remove this screw. Start at one of the outer corners of the inner plastic pannel and pull the pannel away from the hatch. Really only the right corner of the pannel needs to be pulled away, but you may want to remove the whole pannel. You will see the upper wiper motor in the right hand corner of the hatch. ther is one connector that is easy to see and remove, you have to pull up on a plastic clip to remove this connector. The other connector does not need to be removed, what will come out with the motor. You can now see three screw that hold the motor to the hatch. Remove these three screw and remove the motor from the hatch. Just a word of caution, be sure that the motor is bad, before you go to all of this work. Check the fuse at the end of the dash, on the drivers side, it is a 15 amp fuse. Check and make sure that the rear wiper switch (on the dash) is also working. You may want to plug the new motor into the wire for the motor, and see that it functions correctly before you remove the old motor. Good luck Joe
Begin by removing the traveling arm retaining bolt from your 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier wiper motor. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Remove the wiper motor wiring harness. Reverse the process to install your new wiper motor.
How to replace wiper motor on a 1998 montero sport mitsubishi
The wiper motor on a 1998 Chevy Venture is up under the vents next to the windshield. It is bolted to the firewall.
The wiper motor for a 1998 Honda Civic is located on the firewall, underneath the vent cover, below the wipers.
The wiper Motor is bad. Sorry
The 1998 Avensis wiper motor relay is located in the exterior fuse box. The exterior fuse box is located underneath the hood.
Change the pulse board in the wiper motor.There is three screws on the back cover of the wiper motor,then unplug it and it pulls out.
On the cowl.
It is attached directly to the wiper motor. Remove the three small screws that hold a black plastic cover on the wiper motor. The pulse board is under that cover. Most of your wiper motor problems are from a faulty pulse board.
Mounted on the firewall directly behind the brake master cylinder reservoir. UNDER WINDSHIELD WIPER COWL COVER remove the wiper arms remove the windshield wiper cowl cover disconnect the eletrical connector from the wiper motor and remove the motor remove the wiper motor retsining bolts pry the linkage arm off the wiper motor pin with large screwdriver
To replace a windshield wiper motor for a 1998 F150, first remove the bottom trim on the window. Then remove both wiper blade assemblies and all screws on the metal cowling. Remove the retaining clip from the wiper motor linkage and pull the controls rods off.
To change the license plate lamp on a 1998 Bravada, locate the bulb. Visit an auto parts store to obtain the exact bulb and screw it in place.
It is located on the wiper motor. It can be changed with wiper motor in place. Unplug the wire harness at the wiper motor, remove the three small screws holding a black plastic cover, remove the cover and gently remove the pulse board.
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.
The relay is attached to the bracket that holds the wiper motor to the hatch.
check linkage assymbely or the transmission mounted on the wiper motor. you might have a bad wiper transmission.it will be only $34 change it should fix the problem
Your wiper arms that run from the wiper motor to the windshield wipers may be binding and need to be replaced
if the shaft of wiper motor is moving you probably have stripped gears in wiper arm or the nut to hold wiper arm in place is loose
check fuses or relays
REMOVE LEFT SIDE WIPER ARM CHECK THE SPLINE INSIDE WIPER ARM IF IT APPEARS STRIPPED OUT CHANGE WIPER ARM. IF THIS IS NOT THE CASE...CHECK BUSHING ON THE ARM GOING TO THE MOTOR. IF BROKEN..GET ANOTHER ONE
change the wiper fluids, or get it checked out
If the windshield wipers are not working in a 1998 Ford F150, the cause could be a blown fuse. There could also be a problem with the vacuum hoses connected to the wiper motor or the wiper motor itself.
Dead short in either wiring or wiper motor Disconnect wiring harness to motor and install fuse--if it continue to "blow" problem in wiring to motor -- if it doesn't problem in motor
how to replace wiper transmission assembly on a 2001 tracker
To change a throttle position sensor on a 1998 Bravada, disconnect the negative battery cable. Separate the wiring harness connector on the throttle position sensor and take off the sensor. Replace with new.?æ?æ