Join Date: Sep 2010
March 13th, 2012, 10:50 PM #12
CF Senior Member
Rob Helminiak Nevermind, i figured out where the nut was, but now i have the same issue with not being able to pull the arm off. gotta find a terminal puller now.Go to your local AutoZone and rent the small 3-jaw puller. It worked good for me. Net cost is free since it only requires a deposit that is refunded upon return.
Just make sure the jaws are clean, and be careful not to mar up the wiper arm.
Join Date: Nov 2012
Join Date: Jan 2014
January 2nd, 2014, 8:57 AM #15
wiper motor burnout??
Ok, so I turned my wiper on this morning (mind you, it is -11 here) and the blade does not move but I hear the motor racing! I ended up having to pull a fuse to get it to stop, as even when I pushed the button to turn the wiper off AND turned the truck off, the motor was still going! Any clues as to why this happened, if the motor is salvageable at all and if there's a way to prevent it?? This is the 2nd time this has happened and the first time the motor had to be replaced.
Join Date: Apr 2008
May 25th, 2014, 4:18 PM #17
Katnap1 Ok guys. I want to fix the same problem without bothering my husband. I understand all the steps except one of the first. Where do I find the fuse?Welcome to the forum
Depending on what year model you have it should be located in the under hood fuse box, see attached picture for the fuses... they will also be listed in your owners manual...
Join Date: May 2014