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Old 04-01-2009, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default Hatchback Rear Winshield Wiper Removal

hey wats up guys
im having trouble removing my rear winshield wiper
from a 95 hatchback civic can somebody tell me how to take it off
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:04 AM   #2
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Default Re: Hatchback Rear Winshield Wiper Removal

Theres a plastic cap at the end that pops off. Under the cap is a nut that holds the arm to the motors shaft. Undo the nut. I've done this before and had to torch the nut to get it off because of the rust. Use some penetrating fluid and the proper socket/wrench to get it undone.
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oh ok so i have to take everything apart..
so its way different than the front winshield wipers
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Default Re: Hatchback Rear Winshield Wiper Removal

pop the plastic cover off the wiper arm remove the nut holding the wirper arm to the shaft wiggel and pry the arm off the shaft. If you are removing the whole unit from the car. On the inside remove the screws from the clam shell covering the wiper motor pop the shell appart. remove the nut that holds the plug/ finger hook on the left of the window. Remove the large nut from under the wiper arm on the outside of the window the motor assy should now pull out
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Default Re: Hatchback Rear Winshield Wiper Removal

alright thanks i got the idea
im just going to change the wiper blades
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So you're just changing the blade, not actually removing the whole assembly. Funny.
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yeah u dont take the arm off to change the blade
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yeah u dont take the arm off to change the blade
I think everyone else assumed he was trying to delete the rear wiper entirely, not just change the blade.
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Default Re: Hatchback Rear Winshield Wiper Removal

I just figured changing wiper blades wouldn't be the topic of a thread. I assumed it was a delete question.
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