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first you will need to pop out the dash top because there is 2 nuts by the bottom of the glass on the fire wall where the wiper motor is under the cowl then open the hood and remove the wiper arms and the cowl then you will have 2 or 3 bolts that hold the wiper transmisson in place and out comes the wiper moter
The Starter is located under the intake manifold on th back bottom side of the motor!
The only way to remove it is from under the car!
Remove the Neg Battery terminal from the battery before going under the car.
If I recall correctly, there are (2) 14 or 15mm bolts holding it to the engine block, one of them is a Blind bolt, as you will only be able to feel its location on the back side of the starter. (tip, when replacing the bolt behind the starter, either have a small magnet inside the socket to hold the bolt inside the socket while tring to locate the hole. You could also use a small piece of paper or plastic bag to wedge the bolt head to the socket so it doesn't fall out while tring to locate the hole!
You will also have a 13mm nut holding the Positive battery and Alt. cable to the starter and a 10mm nut holding the wire coming from the ignition switch.
Hope this helps!
Happy Saturn Motoring!
Roll the window down. Lift up the door handle and pull out the two small pins holding it to the inner door mechanism. Get the right size star driver and remove all the little bolts holding the exterior plastic body panel onto the door frame. Lift panel gently, up and out, and the guts of the door will be in front of you. Visit a junk yard and buy a replacement for the broken part. Other than color, the door parts on SL and SW 96-99 are the same.
Listen to see if there is a motor running when you attempt to use them. If there isn't check fuse if there is a sound of a motor, it is most likely that the 13mm bolt on the motor itself is worked loose. The 2 wiper blades will need to be moved to access this which also takes a 13mm wrench and some prying. You don't have to take the shroud all the way off, just still a 2 x 4 between it to be able to access the bolt. Hope this works.
At the base of the wiper there is a nut under the decorative cover that holds the wiper on. You can remove this nut and pull the wiper, realign it and replace the nut. With a few tries even a novice can get them where they belong.
disconnect the battery cables,,go under the car,the starter is under the intake manifold,,,disconnect the 13mm or 14mm nut one the starter and wire and then disconnect the 8mm or 10mm(different depending on years) and remove the wire,then you have to 13mm bolts that hold the starter to the engine,remove the top bolt first you cant see it but you can feel it,,,then remove the bottom one and the starter will fall out and thats it
First remove outer wiper ,take off plastic guard there is a bolt underneath it remve wiper thenremove 2 screws that hold grab handle on inside of rear door.remove 2 plastic push tabs with removal tool.pry plastic cover off carefully removing push tabs with removal tool or flat blade screwdriver about 10 of them if I remember correctly pull bottom half of cover out of each conection and lift off at center. peel plastic from gate carefully as you have to put it back on.this exposes the motor disconnect grey plug to wiper motor ,three 8 mm screws hold motor to tailgate best of luck