First are you sure that the motor is bad? Did you check the fuse, 4.8 amp circuit breaker(this goes out alot causing the wipers not to work.It is in position 15 on you fuse box), switch. If all of those are good then it is time to change the wiper motor. You will need a Phillips head screwdriver, a flat head screwdriver, a rachet and I believe a 7/16 socket. First thing you need to do is remove the wiper arms, to do this simply lift the blade away from the window. On the bottom of the wiper arm where it connects you should see a little slide with the arm pulled back use the flat head screwdriver and slide the slide over to hold up the arm. now go ahead and remove the wiper arm. Once you have removed the wiper arms not it is time to remove the trim (the trim is the vent looking piece under the wiper arms)over the wiper motor. To do this you will need you Phillips head and remove I believe 6 or head screws that are in the trim, be careful when you remove the trim as you washer hoses are attached to this. Now take you rachet and remove the 2 or 3 bolts holding the motor in, unplug the wires and remove it from the wiper track. To install just do everything in reverse
It also possible for your wiper switch or the wiper governor (module) to go bad. I would suggest you test the new motor by removing the plug and pluggin it into the new motor before taking anything apart. It might not be a bad motor.
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.
how to change the windshield wiper motor in a 2000 jeep wrangler
ITS WITH THE WIPER MOTOR ITS ALL ONE UNIT
Weak battery or alternator output.
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 changed the wiper motor in my 95 JGC. remove the vent near the windshield on the exterior of the jeep... you will have to open the hood. remove weather stripping and about 5 screws to remove the plastic vent, and the wipers. the wiper motor is located on the drivers side near the windshield below the vent. a couple bolts to take out, pull the wiper motor out of the rotating arms, unplug, and replace.
Unbolt the roll bar from the windshield. Lower the windshield. At this point you can unbolt the motor and replace it.
The windshield wiper motor is located just below the windshield wiper blades and is covered by a black panel.
# Remove the windshield wiper arms # Remove the cowl cover # Disconnect the electrical connector from the wiper motor # Detach the wiper motor/linkage assembly from the cowl # Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts and remove the motor
* Remove the windshield wiper arms * Remove the cowl cover * Disconnect the electrical connectorr from the wiper motor * Detach the wiper motor/linkage assembly from the cowl * Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts and remove the motor
The windshield wiper motor may have a short in it. The windshield wiper motor may not be grounded properly. Make sure the ground wire is tight and free of corrosion.
http://www.ehow.com/video_4936070_install-windshield-wiper-motor.html?pid=1&cp=1 (this is very informative video on how to remove and replace a windshield wiper motor)
# Remove the wiper arms # Remove the windshield wiper cowl cover # Disconnect the electrical connector from the wiper motor and remove the motor # Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts # Pry the linkage arm off the wiper motor pin with large screwdriver
The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee takes 20" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front and a 10" or 11" wiper on the rear.
The wiper motor is located under the black plastic cowl below the windshield.
One could purchase a windshield wiper motor at a retailer such as AdvanceAutoParts. Alternatively, one could also purchase a windshield wiper motor online on Amazon or AutoZone.
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Remove the wiring harness from the wiper motor. Remove the windshield wiper arm from the wiper motor. Remove the wiper motor retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new wiper motor.
* Pry off the cover for the wiper arm nuts unscrew the nuts and remove both wiper arms * disconnect the windshield washer line remove the single retaining screw release the five push-in retainers and remove the cowl cover * Unplug the electrical connector from the windshield wiper motor * Remove the three wiper motor assembly retaining bolts and remove the wiper motor assembly * Detach the wiper transmission assembly from the wiper motor crank arm * Detach the wiper motor crank arm from the wiper motor assembly * Remove the three wiper motor retaining screws and detach the wiper motor from bracket
The windshield wiper motor is under the front cowl. After removing the cowl the motor should be easily accessed for replacement.
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.
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.
The wiper arm is attached to the pivot which is part of the wiper transmission, which in turn is attached to the wiper motor.
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.