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How do I remove the interior trim on rear hatch door to remove the wiper motor

It looks like I am going to remove the interior trip on the rear hatdh door to check out the motor..It isn't running..I checked the fuse's and they are ok. I also replaced the switch on the dash..it is new. thanks

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Here you go I hope this video helps you, good luck
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SOURCE: Rear Wiper Quit Working

It is the Motor. This is a VERY Common GM Problem that they have not Fixed since 1990. You will need to remove the Rear Door Panel to Access the Motor.

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SOURCE: Rear Windshield Wiper Motor

look closely/carefully for recessed screws. Most are usually pop on/ pop off types. Pull/ pry gently.

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SOURCE: blower motor not working. replaced blower motor,

did you replace the speed control resistor near the blower motor?

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SOURCE: 2004 GMC Envoy rear hatch complete door wont

door lock actuator solenoid ( inside of door) needs to be replaced

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I have a how to tip for exactly this same problem with 2005 Tahoe. Do a fixya search for FIX 2005 TAHOE REAR WIPER.

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