Question about Hyundai Atos
How to remove the rear window wiper cover
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be screws around the edge of the panel. There are plastic panel locks that need to be pulled out, really the only way you can do that is to gently/firmly pull up on the panel. I had to exchange my rear wiper motor. To put the interior piece back on, just pop the locks back into place and screw back down.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
First do not pry on it, you will crack the rear windshield and have a bigger problem. In addition to the little slider lock at the base of the shaft mostly likely the wiper arm is corroded onto the motor/transmission shaft. What I have done successfully is carefully hack saw off the top of the wiper arm over the shaft. The top of the shaft is then exposed, soak it over and over with a penetrant, put a gear puller onto it and pull it off. A new shaft is about $45.00 at saturnparts.net which may be cheaper than a dealer. A dealer mechanic tells me what he does is drill a hole down through the top of the shaft, squirt a bunch of W40 down into the hole, then drive a metal screw into the hole which pops the arm off. In either event the old shaft is worthless. If your motor works count yourself among the lucky, note that most car parts stores will tell you that one wiper motor fits the rear of saturn SW from 94-99, that is not true. Take your old motor in with you to make sure they sell you the right one.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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SOURCE: Having trouble removing the rear
you can only get a replacement wiper blade from a hyundai dealer .because the centre pin is thicker than a normal blade and when you get a replacement all you do it just hold the plastic rear wiper housing and pull the old wiper blade out then push the new on back home and your done
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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