Unfortunately, you have to buy the whole assembly to replace the motor.
Disconnect the hose for the wiper fluid.
Remove the wiper arms.
Unscrew the plastic shroud at the bottom of the windshield.
Remove hood seal.
Disconnect wiring harness from wiper motor.
There were 4 or 5 bolts that hold down the wiper assembly. You may have to turn the motor manually to get it in a position to get it out. Remove the bolts.
Have fun trying to get it out, then the new one back in.
2004 f-250 6.0L , Washer inop only... Pump checks out. I understand that washer pump operation is relayed or such in the wiper motor.. Is this true, and will a new wiper motor likley fix the washer issue ??
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