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Rear wiper arm


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08-03-02, 12:14 PM   #1  
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Rear wiper arm

I have a plymouth grand voyager 1992. I am replacing the rear wiper motor but can't get the wiper arm off. The Chilton book and the instructions with the new motor say to use a pulling tool and to not under any circumstances try to pry the arm off. The problem is I cannot find an auto parts store around that has a puller or even has an idea of what one is. Can anybody out there help?

 
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08-03-02, 12:34 PM   #2  
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Look in google.com and look for Lisle Tool Company. They usually have such items. Most parts stores carry their line.

 
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08-14-02, 04:35 PM   #3  
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Since your replacing the motor anyway, use a hacksaw and cut the stud the arm sits on off. drill a hole into cover over stud, use a punch to knock stud end out of arm and silicone over hole after installing it on new motor.

 
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