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How do you take out a rear wiper motor in a 1999 jimmy?

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2006-08-07 01:18:30
2006-08-07 01:18:30

remove your the rubber plug off wiper arm remove the 13mm nut give a wiggle the arm comes off. Remove the big nut and rubbers. open your hatch and remove door panel. remove all the 7mm bolts lift a little unlatch door leaver. unplug motor, remove 10mm bolts and remove motor. transfer bracket to new motor and reverse process piece of cake

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