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Your cabin filter is located beneath the cowl that is located under your passenger wiper arm. To get to your cabin filter, first you must remove your passenger wiper arm. Remove the wiper blade arm by pulling off the cap that is over the nut, and using a socket to remove the nut. Now pull up on your wiper arm, and allow it to pivot up wards. Push down at the arm, to force the female end off of the shaft of the wiper motor. It may help to have the hood open while removing the arm.
Once the passenger wiper arm is off, with the hood open, carefully begin removing the rubber seal from the plastic cowl. The seal becomes weaker as it ages, and can tear easily.
With the seal out of the way, you can begin to disassemble the plastic cowl. I believe comes off by pulling up/forward, carefully not to break the plastic clips underneath. Start from the outside, and work your way towards the center of the windshield. Now the cabin filter and housing can be removed from beneath the cowl. Reverse procedure to install.
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FIRST CHECK FUSE TO WIPERS IF FUSE IS OKAY THEN YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE A TEST LIGHT AND TEST FOR POWER AT THE CONNECTOR TO THE WIPER MOTOR IF POWER IS PRESENT THEN THE MOTOR IS BURNT, WILL NEED TO REPLACE ALSO POSSIBLE WIPER TRANSMISSION MIGHT BE BROKEN, ALSO NEED TO VISUALLY SEE
Yes you have to remove this cover. the arms have a clip thingy on the side I believe. if you genty pry the clip away from the arm then lift the arm a bit to hold the clip out near the base they should slip right off. this is true on a 94 yours should be the same.
Try to run the motor without the wiper arms tightened down and turn it off so it can cycle down to its rest state. Then install the wiper arms.
Make sure, that the car's windshield wiper wiring is correct for this motor.
--- Wiper Arm & BladeRemoval & InstallationFrontTo Remove: CAUTION When the wipers are parked (off), the driver’s wiper arm must be above the passenger’s wiper arm.
Remove the clip holding the outside end of the wiper arm cover to the arm.
Lift the arm cap up to expose the nut.
Remove the wiper arm mounting nut.
Using a suitable two jaw puller, remove the wiper arm from the wiper pivot.
Verify that the wiper motor and linkage are in the parked position.
Place the wiper arm in position over the wiper pivot.
Install the nut to hold the wiper arm to the wiper pivot. Torque nut to 26 ft. lbs. (35 Nm).
CAUTION Make sure to tighten the wiper arm nut properly.
Push the arm cap cover down.
Secure the clip holding the cover to the wiper arm.
If you look where the arm connects to the shaft stub, you will see a small stainless steel tab that swings out. That tab engages a groove in the stub, holding it on. The arm may not come off easily right away if it's been on there a long time but if you rock it a bit and try to keep the end from going over to one side too much it will eventually come off. On severely corroded ones some wd40 will often help but try not to get it on the glass. It won't hurt anything but cause streaking if you leave it there. If you need to do any prying, make sure you use a rag or other protection to avoid scratching up the paint. The cowl is plastic so be careful not to crack it. good luck
The arms are released by holding the wiper blade fully extended away from the winshield and wiggle the arms off.
The blades are removed by a little tab where the blade hooks to the arm,using a small screwdriver push down on tab,and slide blade off arm but do not let arm slap windshield as it could crack it,I have seen people pull and the blades suddenly come off and the arm slaps down,yor can put a towel or cloth down where the arm sits against the windshield to prevent the possibilty of the arm slapping down.
1997 jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2 liter V8. Water Pump. When I remove the big nut to remove the clutch fan. Will that lose the pulley that's attached to the water pump? I don't see bolts holding pulley wheel to the water pump? Is it pressed on or will it become loose when I remove clutch fan nut?