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Old 02-09-2013, 11:20 AM
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Default how to get off this broken rear tahoe window wiper motor thing?

well the bass broke the bracket and its just hanging and flappin around back there and sounds like shit hole. does anyone know how it comes off? it seems to be connected through the hatch to the wiper on the outside.

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assuming the rear wiper doesnt work anymore?

is so i would just unbolt it then take the wiper arm off the outside and seal up the hole...

without being able to look inside i dont how the two(motor/arm) would separate... but i see on obvious bolt that needs to come out then a torx screw to remove the bracket off motor...
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take off your wiper?
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Did you try to remove the bolts? I can see what looks like two 10mm bolts and maybe a t30 torx bolt that needs removed?
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i took the wiper off the back like a year ago. theres just a little bolt sticking out the back. i see i can get that metal bracket off but i want to take the motor out also so it stops clanking around.
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Did you try to remove the bolts? I can see what looks like two 10mm bolts and maybe a t30 torx bolt that needs removed?

that would just take the little bracket off. i want to big black motor part to come off
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this is what the outside looks like
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Did you ever get the window latch fixed? Sounds like bass is putting a foot up your truck's ass.
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I took one off but it was in like 2004 so not sure if I remember correctly I think you need to take the black plastic thing off on the outside and then unbolt that bracket and it should slide out.
and yeah if you get loud in a tahoe those give you big hassle, that and the latch. Once you get the back straightened out the problems move forward. My blazer I got the rear end straightened out so the next thing to break was my latch ripped out of my b pillar on my driver side door.
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Did you ever get the window latch fixed? Sounds like bass is putting a foot up your truck's ass.

i bought that alum backed tape and wrapped my latch with it. it seems to me holding on the window latch. ya the bass is breakin alot of stuff. all the roof controls and vents are hanging and missing pieces. it broke that metal bracket that holds that back wiper motor. once i was using my windshield wipers and bumpin and the driver side wiper bounced on the windshield and popped off going down the road. i think my glove box is gunna break soon cuz that flex's hard.and my dash board.
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