Re: [DML] Wiper motor replacement AAAAGGGHH
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Re: [DML] Wiper motor replacement AAAAGGGHH



Ken -- how would that compare to replacing the wiper *washer* pump?

Mine stopped working last year, and the nuts holding the bucket on are all
rusted.

I can't get in there to remove the nuts, they have to be cut off.  Then new
rivnuts need to be installed.

Rob said it would take at least half a day or a full day to get the bucket
off and replace the motor and reattach the bucket with new rivnuts.

He basically said the washer motor isn't worth repairing for $800+ in parts
and labor it would take.

So now I just carry a small handheld spray bottle in the car.  And try not
to drive in the rain.

-Hank
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