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HOW DO YOU REMOVE THE WIPER ARMS ON MY 1997 GMC YUKON, I NEED TO READJUST THE PLACEMENT OF THE WIPER ARMS BECAUSE ONE IS HIGHER THAN THE OTHER

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SOURCE: Need to remove the wiper arms to replace a cracked cowl.

on most g.m. products they're on a spline you need to pry them upward and away from the linkage,they can be tough so hold other parts so you dont bend or break anythinf,also if you can get some penetrating oil up there it may help too, lots of dirt and corrosion in that area,good luck

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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Where is the wiper motor on a 2002 gmc sierra? Have used motor to replace it. May only be pulse board, but this was the advised solution.


I am assuming the truck is alot like my 2001 yukon. If that is the case, then the wiper motor is underneath the plastic cowl in front of the windshield. Mine was held on by 4 clips on the front and one screw on each side of the vehicle (driver/passenger). Wiper arms will need to be removed and will most likely need a wiper arm puller tool.

Dec 23, 2010 | 2002 GMC Sierra 1500

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Where is the wiper motor on my 1999 GMC Yukon?


Windshield Wiper Motor
Removal & Installation
To Remove:


  1. Remove wiper arms.
  2. Remove weatherstrip from cowl.
  3. Remove two cowl vent grille panel screws.
  4. Remove windshield nozzles and hoses.
  5. Remove three cowl vent grille panels.
  6. Disconnect windshield wiper motor electrical connector.
    NOTE: Do not remove crank arm from windshield wiper motor.

  7. Loosen nuts that attach the drive link brackets to the crank arm.
  8. Remove wiper motor crank arm brackets.






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  9. Remove three bolts and windshield wiper motor from vehicle.

To Install:


  1. Install windshield wiper motor and three bolts.

    • Torque to: 62 in lbs. (7 Nm)

  2. With right side linkage closest to the windshield wiper motor, install drive
    link brackets to wiper motor crank arm.

    • Torque nuts to: 44 in lbs. (5 Nm)

  3. Connect electrical connector.
  4. Install nozzles and windshield washer hoses to cowl vent grille.
  5. Install three cowl vent grille panels and screws to vehicle.
  6. Install weatherstrip to cowl.
  7. Install wiper arms.


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Oct 30, 2010 | 1999 GMC Yukon

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The windshield wiper does not run, but i can hear a humming when i turn it on. I was told that it may need some kind of module.


It sounds like you may have a broken drive from the electric motor or the linkage to the wiper arms have broken.. The only way to tell for sure is to strip out the wiper motor and the linkages..which can be a big job and can entail removal of several other parts first.. Try moving the wiper arms manually, with your hands.. If you can move the wiper arms across the screen then the linkages have broken and will need to be replaced as they are not a repairable item..

Aug 02, 2010 | 1997 GMC Jimmy

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I need a diagram showing how to replace the wiper motor on my 2003 Yukon


I can give you instructions, but I do not have a diagram.
-First you have to take off the wipers arms. What I use is a small battery terminal post puller, works pretty good.
-Then remove the two end caps for the center air inlet grille and then the center grille. You MUST pay strict attention at ALL times not to hit the windshield.
-Remove the 4 bolts that hold the wiper transmission and a support bracket and remove the tranmission/motor assembly.
-Remove the connector plug, be careful not to break it.
-You then have to separate the drive link arm from the transmission and remove 2 more bolts holding the motor to the transmission.
-You should have a special tool to separate the drive link but it can be done without one if your careful.
Please let me know how it goes.

Feb 10, 2010 | 2003 GMC Yukon

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I have a 2003 GMC yukon, the rear wiper does not work,the fuses are good, what should I look at?


JUST PUT A NEW GROUND WIRE TO THE REAR WIPER MOTOR............SIMPLE GOOD LUCK

Dec 07, 2009 | 2003 GMC Yukon

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I need to replace my wiper unit . how do you remove it ,just the motor and the shell, the circuit board is ok


You have to remove the wiper arms then the cowling. Remove the retaining nut that holds the arms to the back of the wiper motor. Disconnect the wire connector then remove the 3 bolts that hold the wiper motor to the fire wall. Reverse order to install new motor.

Jul 31, 2009 | 1994 GMC Sierra

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Need to remove the wiper arms to replace a cracked cowl on a 2005 GMC Yukon. How do they come off?


on most g.m. products they're on a spline you need to pry them upward and away from the linkage,they can be tough so hold other parts so you dont bend or break anythinf,also if you can get some penetrating oil up there it may help too, lots of dirt and corrosion in that area,good luck

Jul 10, 2009 | 2005 GMC Yukon

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How do the wiper arms come off a 2007 GMC Yukon? I just see a round button where the nut should be.


I think you will find the nut under that button,get in there and dig that button out!

May 17, 2009 | 2007 GMC Yukon

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99 Yukon windshield wipers sometimes won t turn on and other time stop after working


We had the same problem and sometimes they wouldn't turn off. The intermittent wipers were random. We replaced the wiper motor. Be sure to get the motor with two balls on the wiper shaft (one for each wiper arm). If you can't find it, you'll have to change the part out on the new motor. Keep the wiper arms in the same location on removal, or it will jam and you'll have to start over.

Jul 14, 2008 | 1999 GMC Yukon

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