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This link might help you: http://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-forenza-reno-forum/29364-windshield-wiper-motor.html
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Exploded view of the Explorer/Mountaineer rear liftgate trim panel (click for zoom)



Rear Window Wiper Motor


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Fig. : Rear wiper motor assembly and related components

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