Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
I removed fuses for the broken rear wiper motor and fixed our battery drain problem. I also made the quick fix of using WD-40 sprayed on the door hinges/sensors to fix my door open light problem. Now, how do you go about replacing the rear wiper motor yourself? And without destroying my truck.
The plastic panel pops off , if you had a trim removal tool it would be nice but it can be improvised , they are just tension clips , get some kind of lever behind the panel and give it a pop , once the plastic panel is off its pretty much self explanatory from there , a connector and couple small bolts , now the outside has nut under the w/w blade , a piece of the arm cover pops up to access the nut , remove w/w arm , then a grommet and under the grommet is a bigger nut that helps hold the motor onto the door/hatch , when reinstalling before you put the w/w arm back on run the wiper and make sure it shuts off and in the park position . should be a piece of cake .
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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