Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
Motor stops working when you turn it on.
The best way to remove it is to follow clear instructions using a Haynes Workshop Manual. I have bought these manuals for all of the cars I have owned over the years, they are a great way to plan how the repair or replacement will proceed and what tools you might require. They also prepare you for possible areas to wacth for when removing items to avoid injury to yourself or further damage to your car. All procedures are marked in 'number of spanners' to show the difficulty level involved.
I have replaced rear wiper motors in the past. It is fairly straightforward but The Haynes Manual will be the best $20 you spend.
Dodge Durango 2000 thru 2003 and Dodge Dakota 2000 thru 2004 Pick ups...
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear wiper motor
raise up the tail gate . remove the phillip screws holding the handle or pull down strap.remove all other screws holding the rear plastic tail gate panel in place than start in one corner try to pull down on the plastic panel as it is also held in place with push style plastic clips.you can use a straight blade screw driver to start releaseing the clips.once you have the panel off you have done the hard part/ just unbolt the wiper motor and reassemble.
good luck chris
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
First you have to remove the metal caps covering the wiper blade locking nut then remove the nut and leftthe wiper arm assembly up and rock back and forth till loose. then pull arm off as you wiggle the arm. next raise the hood and remove the 4 inside screws at the back of the hood remove the valance and the 2 plastic holding clamps then lift up. Once you have valance off look to see if the gears are stripped on the motor or the shaft if they are go to a junk yard and buy new parts. you will find the short rod and a long rod, they should be connected, if not the ball on the end of the long rod may have poped out turn on key then wiper motor and watch the parts move. You will be able to see it right away.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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