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IF YOU TALKING ABOUT REAR WIPER MOTOR REMOVAL YOU HAVE TO REMOVE PULL THE REAR WIPER ARM COVER BACK TO ACCESS THE WIPER ARM RETAINING NUT.DETACH THE NUT AND PULL WIPER ARM STRAIGHT OFF THE SHAFT TO REMOVE IT.
A new wiper motor assembly comes with the linkage arm installed.
Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
Remove the windshield wiper mounting arm and pivot shaft
Do not remove the wiper motor linkage arm from the wiper motor
assembly. If the arm is removed, the wiper arms may not park in the
Use a suitable tool to separate the wiper linkage arm from the wiper mounting arm and pivot shaft assembly.
Remove the 3 bolts and the wiper motor.
Fig. Wiper motor and linkage
Install wiper motor and bolts.
Tighten wiper motor bolts to 10 ft. lbs. (13 Nm).
Install windshield wiper mounting arm and pivot shaft.
Check wiper operation.
Rear Wiper Motor - Removal & Installation
Remove the rear pivot arm.
Remove the rear wiper motor shaft nut cover
Remove the rear wiper motor shaft nut.
Open the lift gate window.
Remove the rear wiper motor cover trim panel.
Disconnect the electrical connector.
Remove the 2 rear window wiper motor nuts
Remove the rear window wiper motor.
Fig. Rear wiper motor view-2008 model shown, other years similar
Install rear wiper motor and tighten mounting nuts to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
Reconnect the electrical connector.
Install wiper motor cover trim panel.
Install rear wiper pivot arm tighten nut to 53 inch lbs. (6 Nm).
remove the cover at the bootom of wiper arm,there you will see a nut that holds the arm, remove that nut. grab arm and wigle and pull up on it until it comes off, then install new arm in the same position.
there is a clip under the center of the blade itself push in on that and slide wiper off the armature replace simply by installing it the same way you removed the old ones they will click into lock by itself
You are probably correct in thinking its the wiper motor. You can do this but you will need to remove all the interior trim from the rear hatch first. Get a trim clip removal tool at a parts store...it will work much better than just a flat blade screwdriver. You'll have to remove the trim panels starting in order from the top of the door, then the left rear window side trim, then right rear window side trim, then the grab handle, and finally the main rear hatch trim panel. Once inside, removing and replacing the rear wiper motor is easy. You'll start by lifting the cover on the wiper arm retention nut. Remove this nut to get the wiper arm off, then remove the nut under neath which is the motor shaft mounting nut. Now, back inside to remove the other 3 motor mounting bolts. Don't forget to disconnect the connector for the motor wires. Reverse steps to replace.
remove the cover cap that is by the base of the wiper arm. you can do this by just pulling off with your fingers. The wiper arm is attached with a 10mm nut. remove th nut and the wiper arm will slip off. When re-assembling, be certain to wipe all parts with a long lasting lubricant, like WD40.
I went to a Honda dealer and bought a replacement wiper blade (rubber part only) for about $6, and the guy in parts came outside and changed it for me. You slip off the rubber blade only from the wiper assembly and then slip in the new blade.