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89 samurai wipers have stopped working where do I find the wiper motor and get to it

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The wiper motor is not so hard to get.... just lay down your whole frame.

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The wiper motor is behind the dash and in the firewall. It is a real pain to get to. You have to take the steering wheel off, steering column covers, dash, and everything attached to it.

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  • ojohanson Mar 19, 2011

    First I would check the fuse, OK? Next, see if you have power to and from the switch. I have recently found corroded plug in connections on these older rigs causing power failures. Just unplug and plug a few times to polish connections. M

  • rangerscott0 Mar 29, 2011

    You can do that. If the motor starts working check the speed at which the wipers move. It's a slow motor anyways but if it's extremely slow then you need to get the wiper rods and clean off the old harden grease off and re-grease everything. It get's gunked up and slows the motor down.

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Windshield Wiper Motor Removal & Installation To Remove:
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