Question about 1999 GMC Suburban
I have to replace my wiper motor on my 99 suburban
and I believe I have to remover the wiper arms to access the back to the wiper motor to remove and replace.
Yes you must remove the arms, to do so, just use a standard screw driver to remove the caps covering the arm securing nuts on the arm drive shaft. The arms are secured on the shaft by splines and you should mark the arms in order to replace them in the exact position they are removed on drive spline. Lift the arms all the way up to avoid the spring tension when removing from the spline. Then you will need to remove the other panels that cover the motor and arm power shafts etc. Hint... disconnect as little as possible to accomplish the swap.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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