Question about Hyundai Motor 1998 Accent
My wipers are not working properly. The liquid does not squirt out and now the wipers are going less than half the speed they usualy do.
Most likely the relays inside your windshield wiper motor are starting to go. if your mechanically inclined you can probably go to your local junkyard and pull another one from the same car. i know they run about 75 new from most auto stores. to remove the old one you need to remove the dust cover underneath the windshiel wiper arms (easier with hood open). they should be small phillips screws or they are going to be push button clips (if they are clips just pry them out, you might need to replace them because some of them might break when removing). once you have the dust cover removed, disconnect the wiper arm linkage to the motor. then from inside the engine compartment remove the mounting bolts for the motor itself, don't forget the electrical connector. installation is the reverse of removal.
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