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Wiper motor does not seem to be rotating properly.

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Make sure the wiper arms or tight on pivot points. remove wipers turn on wipers then shut off, this is the rest position now reinstall the arms to the desired position.

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Engine schematics 2002 pontiac montana


Hi there:
Isnt a diagram but If you have removed the motor, here is the motor installation procedure....

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

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Align the wiper motor to the wiper drive system module. NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
Install the wiper drive system module to wiper motor screws. Tighten Tighten the wiper drive system module to wiper motor screws to 7 N.m (62 lb in) .
Connect the electrical connector to the wiper motor.
Install the crank arm on the wiper motor.


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Rotate the washer solvent container into the installation position.
Install the washer solvent container screws. Tighten Tighten the washer solvent container screws to 6 N.m (53 lb in) .
Inspect the wipers for proper operation.


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Also, here is the crank arm procedure...

REMOVAL PROCEDURE

Remove the wiper system module cover.
Remove the drive link from the wiper motor crank arm.

2.1. Loosen the drive link screws.
2.2. Remove the drive link from the wiper motor crank arm.

Remove the wiper motor crank arm cover and seal.
Remove the wiper motor crank arm from the wiper motor.

4.1. Loosen the wiper motor crank arm screw.
4.2. Tap on the wiper motor crank arm screw with a soft-faced mallet while holding up on the wiper motor crank arm until the wiper motor crank arm loosens from the wiper motor.
4.3. Remove the wiper motor crank arm screw and the wiper motor crank arm from the wiper motor.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE


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Install the wiper motor crank arm onto the wiper motor.

1.1. Turn the ignition switch to the ACCY position.
1.2. Set the wiper switch to PULSE position. The wiper motor should be operating.
1.3. Turn the ignition switch to OFF when the wiper motor is in the innerwipe position.

IMPORTANT: Do not rotate the wiper motor shaft during the installation of the wiper motor crank arm.

1.4. Install the wiper motor crank arm on the wiper motor while maintaining a 4-8 mm (0.157-0.315 in) gap between the V-grove in the wiper motor crank arm and the tab.

NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.

Install the wiper motor crank arm screw. Tighten Tighten the wiper motor crank arm screw to 16 N.m (12 lb ft) .
Install the wiper motor crank arm cover and seal.


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Check the gap between the wiper motor crank arm and tab. If the gap is not 4-8 mm (0.157-0.315 in) , remove the wiper motor crank arm and repeat installation steps.
Install the drive link onto the wiper motor crank arm.
Install the drive link screws. Tighten Tighten the drive link screws to 5 N.m (44 lb in) .
Install the wiper system module cover.
Inspect the wipers for proper operation.

Additional procedures: Wiper Motor Module Replacement.

TOOLS REQUIRED
J 39822 Wiper Arm Puller

REMOVAL PROCEDURE

Turn the ignition switch to the ACCY position.
Set wiper switch to the PULSE position.
Turn the ignition off when the wiper arms are in the innerwipe position and not moving.
Disconnect the washer hose from the washer nozzle.
Remove the cover from the wiper arm nut.
Remove the wiper arm nut from the wiper transmission drive shaft.
Using J 39822 remove the wiper arm from the wiper transmission.
Remove the wiper blade from the wiper arm.
Clean the knurls of the wiper transmission drive shaft with a wire brush.



Install the wiper blade onto the wiper arm.
Install the wiper arm onto the wiper transmission drive shaft. IMPORTANT: Hold the measuring device at 90 degrees (perpendicular) to the wiper blade tip.
Measure the distance from the wiper blade tip to the solid edge of the windshield blackout. Position the wiper arms at the following distances:

LH - 147 mm (5.79 in) above the glass blackout.
RH - 123 mm (4.84 in) below the glass blackout.

NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.



Install the wiper arm nut onto the wiper transmission drive shaft. Tighten Tighten the wiper arm nut to 48 N.m (35 lb ft) .
Install the cover on the wiper arm nut. IMPORTANT: Lubricate the washer hose with the windshield washer solvent to ease installation on the washer nozzle.
Install the washer hose on the washer nozzle.
Inspect the wipers for proper operation.



Remove the wiper arms from the vehicle.
Remove the air inlet grille panel.
Remove the wiper motor.
Remove the air inlet panel to wiper motor module screws.
Remove the wiper motor module from the vehicle.
Remove the insulators from the wiper motor module.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Install the insulators onto the wiper motor module.
Align the wiper motor module to the air inlet panel. NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
Install the air inlet panel to wiper motor module screws. Tighten Tighten the air inlet panel to wiper motor module screws to 10 N.m (89 lb in) .
Install the wiper motor.
Install the air inlet grille panel.
Install the wiper arms onto the vehicle.
Inspect the wipers for proper operation.

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