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How do you replace Villager rear wiper motor?

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2006-12-03 22:07:59
2006-12-03 22:07:59

First, remove the wiper arm and the shaft nut. Open the hatch and remove the interior panel. remove the three screws that secure the mounting plate for the motor and remove the whole assembly. Go to Nissan dealer for a replacement, it's cheaper and Nissan made it anyhow.

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