[DML] Re: Washer Motor
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[DML] Re: Washer Motor



Your plan is correct Jeremiah, I did the same thing to my car last 
year.

You will need to look out for the usual things that cause problems 
such as corroded hardware and spinning rivnuts.

When you have the reservoir cover out, you will see the wiring
harness 
to the headlamps. It would be a good time to take that connector
apart 
and thoroughly clean and put dielectric grease on the connections.

Be careful when replacing the reservoir cover. It is easy to pinch
the 
washer hose - resulting in no spray (don't ask how I know).

How is the condition of the spray nozzle on your passenger's side 
wiper blade? Most are broken - I replaced mine with a NOS piece.

-Brian
VIN#4494


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jeremiah Montee <angelito03299@xxxx> 
wrote:
> For those of you that have done this repair, can you
> please share your experience?  I read the manual; it
> looks to be a straight forward, afternoon kind of job.
<SNIP>







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