You need to take the wiper arms off first so you can take off the plastic cover that runs across the the bottom of the windshield. There are plastic nuts that hold down the cover under the wiper arms. Unplug the wiper motor connection. You have to remove the 3 mounting bolts that hold the motor and the wipper linkage assembly. Lift every thing out. The bolts that hold the motor are on the bottom along with the bolt that holds the crank arm to the motor. Remove all 4 bolts. Make sure to keep the assembly arms in the same position. I put tape between the 2 arms to keep them in the same position. Remove the crank arm and remove the motor. Replace it with the new one. Make sure that every thing is in the same position and put back together the same way you took it apart.
The windshield wiper motor is under the front cowl. After removing the cowl the motor should be easily accessed for replacement.
It is connected to the washer tank.
get a wiper
you have a flat spot on your motor. replace it. itl cost about $60
Saturn made more than one car in 2000 so you will need to be more specific! The s-series motor will not fit in an l series car though if that is what you are asking.
underneath the cabin air filter. if you lift the hood and take off windshield wipers then the weatherstrip across the front you can remove the whole plastic cover above the air filter pull out the cabin air filter and the blower motor is directly beneath it
Its part of the windshield wiper motor assembly. It unsnaps from the assembly for EASY replacement!
There is no switch. If the wipers park in the middle or at the top of the winshield you need to replace the motor. the fault is in the logic
It appears so, since The Sunroof Doctor has a replacement motor that will fit 1996- 2002 SL models Sunroof Motor 1997-2002 Saturn SC (2 & 3 Door) 1996-2002 Saturn SL (4 Door) Special! New replacement motor available at this price until our stock is gone. You reuse your original connector or hard wire to your harness $81.55
The windshield wiper switch is broken which is located on the windshield wiper motor. You need to replace the whole motor to fix this.
The windshield washer motor is located on the passenger side firewall
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.
By brushes, do you refer to the windshield wiper motor brushes, or the generator brushes? If generator...just replace the generator, or ramp up to an alternator. It is cheaper and a lot less hassle. If windshield wiper...well...that one is possible, but dreadfully difficult. Best to look for a replacement motor. I don't think they make the replacement brushes any longer.
The windshield washer motor is mounted nside the windshield washer resovoir, you will see the electrical plug going to it towards the bottom.
The 2002 Saturn S-Series SC2 uses synthetic 5W-30 motor oil. One suggested brand is Motorcraft synthetic blend motor oil, and another suggested brand is Valvoline SynPower.
The blower motor is located under the windshield cowl. You will need to remove the wiper blades, the plastic cowl assembly. Careful with the cowl, they break easily. There is plastic cover to to the right of the cabin air filter. Under that cover you'll find the blower motor. Saturn tech here by the way.
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.
The windshield wiper motor is located just below the windshield wiper blades and is covered by a black panel.
the module is bad on the wipper motor you might have to get the whole moter assy.
Your windshield wipers were most likely overloaded and blew the fuse, try replacing the fuse. If that does not fix it then it is possible that the wiper motor burned out and will require replacement.
Unbolt the roll bar from the windshield. Lower the windshield. At this point you can unbolt the motor and replace it.
The wiper motor is located under the black plastic cowl below the windshield.
ughh i have the same problem. you need to fix the windshield wiper motor