Remove the wiper arms and unscrew th antennae also L … ift this pc. Pop the hood and you will find screws to remove this as well as a a few screws from the top in between the grill type vents near the wiper blades. Once you remove this, close the hood. Do you hear any kind of noise when you starter the wiper function. Remove 3 wiper motor module assembly retaining bolts and remove the module assembly from the vehicle. Remove the wiper mounting arm and pivot shaft assembly.
Install the cowl top vent panels. The image below shows an incorrectly re-assembled unit! Place the windshield wiper motor in position and install 3 retaining nuts. Make sure the far end of the bracket end up on top of the sheet metal ledge. To unplug the motor, just push down on this tab and work the connection off. And then there's a Phillips screw down in there. I changed mine 1992 by removing the vented piece that runs between the windshield and the hood.
Remove the windshield wiper pivot arm. If it is moving in small fractions, just keep tapping until the wiper arms are in the desired position. Your windshield wipers work great, thanks to the Ford F150 windshield wiper motor. See sources and related links below for more information. Remove and discard the cowl top vent panel pushpins.
Tighten the bolts to 14 ft. So we'll take that off. There's a quick disconnect inside the door. Remove the windshield wiper pivot arm. Replace everything by using the opposite … procedure. If you don't, your door panel won't fit. Original motor from the vehicle.
No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Windshield Wiper Motor Connector product you desperately need. First off their is 3 bolts holding it on. Once both arms have been removed there are several Philips head screws located along the front edge of the aforementioned panel that must be removed along with five located in holes along the top of the panel. Install the electrical hardness connector to the windshield wiper motor. I have attached two diagrams to help you in the process. Replacing this motor after buying the replacement took me 15 minutes. So there's an 8mm bolt, basically, if you follow the shaft right through the motor, there's the 8mm bolt right back here.
Disconnect the negative battery cable. . Reverse above to put the new one back on. There are three or four rivets that hold the window regulator assembly to the door. You might have to rotate the motor shaft using a wrench to get it to assemble to the linkage in the proper position. Gently pull back the plastic covering the covering the metal frame.
The cowl needs to be removed. And now you can put your arm back into place. And install the caps to finish it up. Replace everything by using the opposite … procedure. There are 6 or 7 screws under the hood and 3 or 4 in the top of the cowl. If this is in a position that causes the linkage to be expanded, it will not go back in the truck! At this time there is nothing keeping the arm from sliding off of the drive shaft and some careful wiggling will usually enable one to pull the arm off of the drive shaft. On the driver's side you can pull the cowl weatherstrip off, and then the cowl panel comes up and out.
Use at least a 1 inch bolt, and once you have the washers and nuts on it, tighten it down and cut off the excess using a rotary tool with a cutoff wheel. You have to slide the regulator arm out of the bottom track of the window itself, and then it's a matter of maneuvering the assembly out of the door. There are three or four rivets that hold the window regulator assembly to the door. Do you hear any kind of noise when you starter the wiper function. Notice the linkage is in a collapsed, compact configuration rather than an expanded one. Remove the bolts and the windshield wiper motor. And then I have access to that 8mm bolt.
Now everything is easily accessible and the rest is intuitive. Remove it and remove the blade arm assembly. As mention before there are three screws that mount the motor to the firewall. Mine kept falling out so I had to temporarily tape them into place until I could get a bolt through them. This is exactly what I did on my truck, like I said, on both doors.
Allow the windshield wiper motor to cycle several times while checking for proper wiper motor operation. Pop the hood and you will find screws to remove this as well as a a few screws from the top in between the grill type vents near the wiper blades. I had to use a small pry bar to carefully pop them off. And on each side again, there is a clip. Remove the right-hand and left-hand windshield wiper arm and blade assemblies.