Question about 2006 Nissan Murano
How can i remove the glass to get the regulator off?
Allot of times I have beat on the motor with a rubber mallet while holding the UP button to get the motor to go up so I can get to the regulator. If that don't work you are just going to have to reach inside and start unbolting what you can get to, to give you enough slack to get to the motor bolts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sure, you have to remove the outer blade by moving the plastic cover off of the mount location & then remove the nut. You'll need to remove the door trim panel once the back door is open, once removed you'll see the harness leading to the motor & the mounting bolts. once removed, it's a straight pull out & you are done. To remove the back door trim, you'll need to gently pry out the 2 lights with a padded flat screwdriver & disconnect the plug-in connector, push in on the little buttons at the bottom of the door and then pry the 1/2 " push in plugs out, (these are all reusable) remove the handle/grip by gently prying & the panel will more or less "pop" out of the holders. It's a push fit once the bottom retainers are removed. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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Remove the wiper blade by removing the plastic clip that covers the 10MM nut holding the wiper arm on. Just get hold of the very bottom of the clip & gently pull outwards & you'll be able to remove it completely.
Inside back hatch, remove the "hand hold" by just prying carefully. The 3/4" little plugs with an 1/8" area in the center-press on the center about 1/4" in and you can remove the entire plug. Just reset that prong you pushed in to the outside of the attaching plug & after installing, you press on it to lock it in place. Remove the 2 interior lights, simply use a nylon screwdriver to prevent scratches, or a regular screwdriver gently on the end away from the switch & pry gently, it will pop out-remove the wires noting the way they fit. Once all of those & the hand hole is removed, the panel more or less flips from the bottom where you removed the items, away from the bottom of the hatch. That will expose the wiper motor & since the outer arm has been removed, just unplug & remove the obvious bolts there & pull it out. good luck
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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You can try disconnecting both battery cables from the battery and touching them together for about a minute and then hook them back up that should reset it. I did it in a few newer vehicles and it seemed to work.
Posted on Apr 04, 2012
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