[DML] Windshield washer motor removal
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[DML] Windshield washer motor removal



My washer motor seems to have quit.  I'd like to get it replaced
before the trip to PR, but today, I go out to r/r the motor, and the
screws holding the plastic housing encasing the motor and reservoir
are rusted AND stripped.  I can't remove them.  What are the next
steps to get them off - there are ALOT of them, and not all accessible
with a vice-grip or other last-resort tools (or even a drill).

Also, is it safe to leave the car jacked up (I have a jack stand
supporting the left front of the car, on the frame, directly behind
the wheel and next to the (but not on) the towing loop welded to the
frame.  Or should I lower the car onto the tires and re-jack when
needed?

thanks,
-Hank #1619





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