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Old 04-10-2010, 11:17 AM
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removing rear wiper motor, 2002 escape.

I must be missing something. I've got the shaft nut off my wiper motor, but it still won't budge. Is it just frozen in or am I missing another fastener???
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there is a bolt on the inside if your sitting inside looking at the wiper motor its on the left side on mine its like a weird shaped head I used vise grips to take it off.
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