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You have to remove the rubber trim and vent window to be bale to get the door glass out, so you can get the regulator out. The window is attached to the regulator with two pop rivets that will need to be drilled out. then you have to drill the three rivets that hold the lift motor to the door, drill the two rivets that hold the bottom of the regulator to the door, then you can remove the two 11mm bolts that hold the top to the door. Then you can remove the regulator and lift motor assembly. Here is a diagram of all the mounting hardware you have to remove to get the regulator out, after you have removed the vent window and rubber seal.
If your car does not have the vent window, then all you have to do to get the glass out is pull the rubber seal around the window out.
these are totallyseparate circuits and therefore 2 different issues and unrelated, most likely u will need a window lift motor to fix the rear window issue, as far as the rear wiper goes a common issue is the wiring breaking from years of opening and closing the lift gate, the rear wiper most likely isn't getting any power as a result of this wiring damage.
Just bought a '95 with the same setup, and same problems on both rear windows.
There are 2 cables on each window, one for lifting the window, and one for lowering it.
The cable that broke is more than likely the lift cable.
I had to replace all but one of the 4 cables on mine. Once one comes undone, they tend to wind around each other, and everything else, and become knotted and frayed.
From your description, the cable didn't break. It was the plastic side peice of the cable retainer on the track. This is a deliberate design flaw on these.
Don't go to a dealer for a new cable or retainer.
The correct fix is to go to a hardware store like Lowes or Home Depot, and get a length of 1/16 wire rope and matching ferruls. Loop the wire rope completely around the retainer on the track and attach it back to it's self. It will never break again.