It is located inside the tailgate - you will have to remove the trim panel. Be careful not to break the tabs which hold the "Christmas tree" retainers to the panel!
You will also have to remove the rear wiper arm. In order to do that, you will have to lift the arm, put a small screwdriver under the little retaining spring that holds the arm to the wiper motor shaft.
Once the wiper arm is removed, you will have to remove the large, narrow nut that holds the trim piece (where the washer hose passes through the tailgate) in place.
While you're there, you may want to replace the trim ring, as they often become brittle with age, and the nipple which the washer hose attaches to will break. Many Jeep dealers still stock this item, and it goes for less than $10. Don't be surprised if your old one is gray and the new one is black!
Once you get those items removed, you will have to unplug the old motor and then remove four 10mm bolts from a bracket which holds the motor to the tailgate.
Yes. It's the same setup.
Weak battery or alternator output.
The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee takes 20" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front and a 10" or 11" wiper on the rear.
at the base of the wiper the cover can be lifted so you can access the nut and remove the wiper. Once that is off you can remove the base cover to get to the motor.
The 1994-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee takes 20" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front and an 10" or 11" rear wiper blade.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1994 Chevy Cheyenne wiper motor. Remove the traveling arm linkage. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new wiper 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.
Its on the side of the wiper fluid reservoir.
there's not one on the car
The windshield wiper motor is located just below the windshield wiper blades and is covered by a black panel.
right under the cover that the wiper blades mount to
To replace a wiper motor on a 1994 Toyota Corolla, remove the rubber stopper that cover the hardware attached to the wiper arms. Then grab the wiper arm and jiggle it back and forth until it comes off. Remove the old one and slip the new one on.
It is located inside the frame that contains the wiper motor and reduction gear. You should take the whole wiper system off in order to get an access to the board.
bad wiper switch Or, if you are certain the motor is running, the linkage could have become disconnected.
On a 1994 Grand Cherokee, it is located behind the driver-side kick panel. Maybe that will get you started.
You need to replace the wiper motor.
My mechanic took about an hour.
You need to remove the wiper motor and linkage assembly. Then disconnect the motor from the linkage, and turn on the wipers, to see if the motor is running or not. Then when you have the linkage out, manaully move back and forth to see if its binding or not. Usually a bad motor. Unfortunately, MB seems to have many problems with the wiper blade motors.
Under the vin plate. fold the windshield forward.
it is under the dash rite on top of the steering column GOOD LUCK
Two on the engine, one on the transmission/transfer case.
Make sure that the nuts holding the wiper arms are sufficiently tight to ensure that they move when the shaft turns thus moving the wiper arm.
When a electrical motor ages it starts to draw more current than the circuit can handle and the fuse blows. I suspect you will need to replace your wiper motor. Do check all the wires/connections going into the motor first.
Yes and no. As long as the motor is the same, the harness should be the same.