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Driver's side wiper arm on my '93 Sidekick is not working

My wiper arm on my '93 Sidekick (JLX) is not working. I've gone to the wreckers and picked up a replacement arm but only found out that the arm wasn't the problem. The teeth on the wiper arm and motor both look fine. I'm afraid it's the motor i've to replace. Any idea of how to do this?

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This is what I Found there was not any Illustration's with it looks Fairly simple, Good luck



FRONT

  1. Disconnect linkage assembly from wiper motor shaft.
  2. Disconnect electrical connectors from wiper motor.
  3. Remove wiper motor attaching bolts, then wiper motor.
REAR
  1. Remove wiper blade and arm assembly.
  2. Remove access panel on back door.
  3. Disconnect linkage assembly from wiper motor shaft.
  4. Disconnect electrical connectors from wiper motor.
  5. Remove wiper motor attaching bolts, then wiper motor.
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Standard Wiper Motor Labor Replace Front B 0.7 1.0
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