Re: i have a 2006 kia sportage I have removed the rear...
Check for power at the wiper motor if you have power when the switch is activated if you have power there the motor needs to be replaced. if you have no power change the fuse and check again for power when the wiper switch it activated there is a relay that will cut out if the wiper is frozen to the window but unlikely that this will be your problem 9 times out of 10 the motor is gone.
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follow this u-tube link and where he shows lifting the nut cover that is the nut you undo to remove the wiper arm , use care as the wiper arm control stud goes through the window glass so just be carefull , placing a piece of rag around area will help protect the screen
Some wiper arms are simply a push fit onto the drive shafts and some have a nut securing them on under a cover which has to be lifted up first. Try lifting up any plastic covers on the base of the arm at the windshield. If it looks like there is no cover then the arms are held on by the force of the springs and by a taper on the drive shafts and if you lift the arms off the windshield and gently rock them as you pull them away from the vehicle they will release..Just make sure that before you refit the arms that you run the wiper motor and allow it to self park as I have seen wiper arms remove paint when they have been dragged off the windscreen and over the paintwork and the wiper motor is easily powerful enough to cause real damage..