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The best way to remove it is to follow clear instructions using a Haynes Workshop Manual. I have bought these manuals for all of the cars I have owned over the years, they are a great way to plan how the repair or replacement will proceed and what tools you might require. They also prepare you for possible areas to wacth for when removing items to avoid injury to yourself or further damage to your car. All procedures are marked in 'number of spanners' to show the difficulty level involved.
I have replaced rear wiper motors in the past. It is fairly straightforward but The Haynes Manual will be the best $20 you spend.
First check the fuse block and test the fuse marked wipers. If it is good disconnect the wiper motor connection and turn the wiper switch on. Using a multimeter test the hot wire to see if power is going to the wiper motor. If yes you have a bad motor. If no test between the motor connection and the fuse block.
The rear A/C system in the Durango has its own AC and heater core like the front system does. There is a plastic flapper valve back there that either directs the air to one or the other depending on what you have selected up front.
While the part is not too expensive, the labor to get there requires removal of the interior panel on that side which is not fun. It can be done though.