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The rear door panel is secured to the door using screws and clips. The screws will be in the handle used to close the door and there may be plastic plugs in the handle hiding the screws. Once these screws are removed, the handle will come off. Look for any more screws along the panel. If there are more, they will be visible. Once the screws are removed, pull on the panel to release the clips that secure it to the door. These clips will require some force to release them and will make a snap/pop sound once released. You may have to put a screwdriver/wedge between the panel and door to start the process of releasing the clips
It will surely be the rear wiper motor that failed. The hatch panels can be removed, lift the hatch. You'll find a torx screw where the pull handle is, remove. Pull down the lower portion of the panel, the upper is also held on by push clips, just pull it away. Lower hatch, remove wiper arm cap, and nut holding wiper arm on. take off the large nut off at the base of the wiper shaft. raise hatch, remove elctrical connector, and 3 10mm bolts holding wiper motor and bracket. Replaced and reverse procedure.
I'm sorry, can't contact with your chat request because I having other question open; I suggest check this proceduro for GM Camaro/Firebird 1993-1998 Repair Guide...
Window Regulator and Regulator Motor
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION (see
Figures 1 and 2)
Remove the door trim panel and inner panel water deflector.
Raise the window to half-up position and hold in place by
inserting a rubber wedge door stops at the front and rear of the window
between window and inner panel.
Remove the rear guide channel and inner panel cam channel.
Punch out the center pins of the regulator rivets; then
drill out the rivets using a
in. (6mm) bit.
Move the regulator rearward and disconnect wire harness from the
motor (if equipped). Disengage the roller on the regulator lift arm from
glass sash channel.
Remove the regulator through the rear access hole.
Fig. 1: Front door window regulator mounting
If electric motor removal from the regulator is required, the
sector gear must be locked in position. The regulator lift arm is under
tension from the counterbalance spring and could cause personal injury
if the sector gear is not locked in position.
Drill a hole through the regulator sector gear and backplate and
install a bolt and nut to lock the sector gear in position.
in. (5mm) bit, drill out the motor attaching rivets and
remove the motor from the regulator.
Fig. 2: Locking the sector gear on the window regulator motor
To install the motor to the regulator. Use a rivet tool,
J-29022 or equivalent, and install
in. (5mm) rivets or
in. (5mm) nuts and bolts. Remove the bolt and nut used
to secure the sector gear in position.
Place the regulator through the rear access hole into the door
inner panel. If the electric regulator is being installed, engage the
wire connector to motor prior to installing the regulator to the inner
Locate the lift arm roller into the glass sash channel.
Using rivet tool J-29022 or equivalent, rivet the
regulator to the inner panel of the door using
in. (13mm) aluminum peel type rivets (part No. 9436175
or equivalent). If the rivet tool is not available, use the following
nut and bolt method:
Install U-clips on the regulator at the attaching locations. Be
sure to install the clips with clinch nuts on the outboard side of the
Locate the regulator in the door inner panel. If the electric
regulator is being installed, connect the wire connector to the
Locate the lift arm roller in the glass sash channel.
Align the regulator with clinch nuts to holes in the inner panel.
Attach the regulator (and motor) to the door inner
in. screws (part No. 9419723 or equivalent) into
in. (6mm) nuts with integral washers. Tighten the
screw to 90-125 inch lbs. (10-14 Nm) torque.
Install the inner panel cam channel and rear guide channel.
Remove the rubber wedge door stops at the front and rear of the
window between window and inner panel.
Install the inner panel water deflector and the door trim panel.
The left actuator arm on your electric hatch has come off.If you go into the rear of the van through the passenger area you can remove the panel around the rear window.Its a bit of a bugger but you can get in there.I know i've done it!
Open roof latch over windshild.
Raise rear of roof off of hatch
Lift little hatch tabs to access lift mechanism
Release latches on each side with fingers
Lift Hatch with free hand
Let roof fall into storage compartment
Click hatch shut.
Reverse proceedure to put back up.