Remove the bottom trim on the window. This pops off. Then remove both wiper blade assemblies by pulling the arm back toward the front of the truck, then pulling partially out the retaining clip, and then pulling the whole arm off of the truck.
Next, remove all of the screws (on top and under the hood) on the metal cowling (not sure if this is what its called) between the hood and window. This will give you access to a cover plate above the wiper motor linkage and make it much easier to get the bolts out of the motor. Remove the cover plate. Then remove the retaining clip from the wiper motor linkage and pull the control rods off.
Finally, remove both plugs from the motor. Remove all three bolts (one is a two part bolt with a ground attached) holding the motor on the firewall and pull it free.
Hopefully this will help. (Stupid me forgot the cover plate came off and tried to pull it out and take the retaining clip off that way.) Assembly is the reverse.
The 1988 Jeep windshield wiper motor is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The wiper motor will be in the center of the firewall.
under sterring column remove the 2 covers you will see 3 nuts and linkage remove and pull motor out from engine bay
Broken or disconnected wiper transmission (linkage)?
If you are standing at the front of the car, the module is located on the right side of the firewall by the windshield wiper motor....
when u turn wipers off they stay at up position. while in up position remove wiper arms from vehicle then place wiper arms at down position and renistall on wiper motor shaft. that should fix the problem
Its mounted on the washer pump/wiper motor.
Go to Auto Zone or any type auto parts supplier, buy the blades and they usually put them on at no charge
look on the bottom of the washer fill tank.
AnswerA shop manual will usually contain a detailed witing diagram. I've had good luck with Haynes manuals the 1988-1989 Chilton repair manual c/k series wiring schematic shows a PINK wire from the windshield wiper switch to the windshield wiper motor and the black lead from the motor to groundif you have the manual see page 6-30
If wiper is not moving, the arm is off. both sides??You an get a mopar wiper grommet set at Advance or other car places.You have to reach back in the wiper motor area, center of firewall, fell if arms are off, if so, put back on and put a new grommet on to hold. PT
If the wiper motor isn't working, check the fuse to start with, then the wiring connections. If the wiper motor is working but not the wiper arms, unscrew the cowl piece just behind the hood ( the part that looks like a grill ) and see if the little plastic inserts that hold the wiper arms in place have dry-rotted or not. They are available at your local dodge dealership and are pretty cheap.
it on the top left side of the wiper motor where the plug goes in
sounds more like the wiper switch needs replacing
The problem your having doesn't sound like a fuse.it could be as simple as the grounding wire from the frame to motor or body. there is a ground that connects to one of the bolts on the windshield wiper motor. I'd start looking there first
the pump for the washers is contained in the reservior which is located on the right side of the engine compartment right by your coolant reservior. the sprayers themselves are just tubes that run up your windshield wiper arms.
The washer pump on a 1988 Monte is located in front (attached) of the wiper motor. Three Torx screws removes it. Tony E.
Could be the covering over the wiper motor.
I have a 2003 astro with the same problem, it was the blower motor
Remove motor mounts and raise motor approximately 4 inches.
No, but hear are the years that will work. 1988 to 1995 350 engines.
Assuming that you mean "wiper blade" (blade and frame) which are replaced often rather than "wiper arm" (piece from the spindle at the hood to the wiper blade) which are rarely ever replaced, the 1988 Chevrolet S10 Pickup takes 16" wiper blades on both sides front. See sources and related links below for more information. Since there are over 22 different wiper arm attachments, do not buy wipers just by length only - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures correct length AND correct attachment.
What size motor? What accessories do you have? BClear.
I can only make a guess, but look at the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir. Alot of manufacturers locate their pumps there.