07-27-2011, 12:21 PM
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Rear Wiper Motor
I FIXED my wiper motor.
After testing all the electrical leads , checking the fuses, it turned out to be the shaft that was packed with gunk. I took the wiper motor out, hammered the Wiper shaft out, cleaned, re-lubed and good to go!!
1) Remove the Back door plastic cover
2) Remove the actual wiper from the motor
3) Remove wiper motor
4) open wiper motor (5 or 6 torx screws-you'll need torx bits)
5) Remove wiper drive part from motor
6) With a sledge and a punch (2 Gauge nail or bigger) hammer the center of the wiper shaft out.
7) clean and re-lube
8) put shaft center back in the wiper drive
9) do steps 1-5 in reverse order and Voila!
Cheaper than a new wiper motor.
Last edited by patcad; 07-28-2011 at 11:35 PM.
Reason: Added steps 4-5 and 8