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1998 toyota tacoma wiper motor

I need to replace the wiper transmission and I don't know whether to get the Cold Spec or Standard spec replacement. How can I find that out?

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See the diagram attached. GOD BLESS YOU
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SOURCE: blower reisitor, 1998 Toyota Tacoma

The blower motor resistor is located in the heater box area, which is under the dashboard on the passenger side. You will find the resistor in the large squarish tube that leads to the center of the dash from the blower motor housing (right to left on an american vehicle). Unplug the large black wiring connector, remove the 2 phillips screws and the resistor is ready to pull out of the heater box.

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SOURCE: torque specs for the flyhwheel of a 1998 toyota tacoma?

Thank you for responding. They figured out by talking to another mechanic what they needed to do. They just didn't know how much torque was needed and since the mechanic didn't know either he told them how to tighten it. It appeared to work. Again I appreciate you getting back to us.

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SOURCE: steps for replacing wiper motor for 1998 VW Jetta

remove wipers. remove plastic covering by loosening plastic screws first. unplug wiper motor wires. there are about three 10mm nuts at the motor location and you also have to unscrew the big nuts that were below the wipers when you unscrewed them. replacement is reversal.

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SOURCE: 2006 Toyota Tacoma. What is the spec torque for

100 lbs should do it

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SOURCE: brake job torque spec

Caliper mounting bracket bolts:
Front: 80 ft-lbs.
Rear: 41
Caliper mounting guide pins/bolts:
Front:
Four-cylinder models 26
V6 models 37
Rear:
All: 17
Hope this helps you.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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