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Most Chryslers from this year band require removal of the rear door's liner to access the motor. The motor is held on by two or three compression nuts with bolts that pass through the motor housing/frame. NAPA has new ones or you can use simple nuts and use both metal and rubber bushings to prevent possible rattling noise after mounting a new motor. A car or your year it is best to go to a recycle yard and get the whole assembly for cheap so you don't need to disconnect the motor from the wiper arm linkages. It's not difficult. The wiper must be removed from the back of the car and the large screw underneath the rubber gasket removed as well. The rest of the removal/install process is done from inside the rear door, once the rear door panel is removed.
Over time corrosion can accumulated and rust out a tail light socket and render it non-functioning. Yes it can be replaced and in your case for about $6.00. You can find these at most any auto parts store.
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Take the trim off that covers the tail light assembly and then remove the bolts that hold it in.Once the tail light assembly is in your hand then unplug the lamp,turn the bulb to the right until it unlocks then pull it out,reverse all to assemble.Merry Christmas and good luck!
place the jack under the passenger door about 6-12 inches away from the wheel and about 6 inches in from the edge of the car. You just need to make sure it's on part of the frame. Do no jack it up via the wheel assembly or the undercarriage
Pull the drum on the rear left and check all the brake components before you replace anything. Identify what is clicking or if the parking brake is the cause by driving until the clicking is heard and then, while pulling and holding the parking release lever, slowly apply the parking brake and listen for a distinct change in the clicking noise. If it remains the same, your problem is elsewhere in the rear left area.