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Rear wiper motor has power won't wipe 06 gmc yukon,makes a ticking noise

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  • tfergy123 Jan 04, 2011

    thats what I thought replaced it with a new one from the dealer still the same thing

  • Daniel Gore Sep 09, 2012

    check the groung wire from the wiper motor to the door. Some times they go bad

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If you have power to the motor and it still is not working then I would say that the motor itself is bad and at fault. replace it and all should be good.

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