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Rear Wiper removal

Going to remove my rear wiper assembly etc. (a) i think it will look better and (b) everytime i put pedal to metal I get a sweep of the wiper as the kokleln intercooler obviously touches the wiper motor....it's all a tight fit and i certainly don't want things rubbling off each other in the rear end (famous words of many a catholic irish priest). I removed the fuse which also powers the heater in the rear window but i don't do frosty mornings.

It looks a simple job but if there are any pointers let me know......bought a plug off ebay.



not a great pics but you get the idea.

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Old 12-28-2009, 05:09 AM
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I did it and the only advice I have is to terminate wiper wires properly so you don't get a short circuit.
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Easy job to do. Just remove the wiper and work your way down.
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yep, mine came off second day of ownership
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This is from memory, so it could be a little off.

Trace the harness around to the back side of the accumulator, where you'll find 4 wires. Two spade lug connectors to unplug and insulate with heatshrink or good tape. One ground wire wrapping around the accumulator to the frame, then the positive wire that wraps all the way around, under the relay block and to the side fuse block.
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