Hello boys and aliens, this day we'll be removing the rear wiper motor on a 2008 Honda Odyssey! These points are well known for defecating the bed, so here's a overview on exactly how to remove them.
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Estimated Time: around 30 minutes.
Tools Required10mm socket23mm socketPhillips ScrewdriverRatcheting wrenches to use those sockets (Unless you got gorilla strength)A flathead or dashboard popping tool
Step 1: external Removal
First thing you're gonna carry out is remove the plastic sheathe on the wiper arm, and also then remove the 10mm nut holding the eight on. When the nut is off, give the eight a wiggle and twist and also it should come off. They carry out make devices for this. They choose to gain seized, so it is in careful.
Once the eight is off, remove the black color plastic cover to reveal the 23mm nut.
Take a look in ~ this beauty! only like, 15 year old and also it's ~ above it's way to ending up being junk. This wiper motor was actually an excellent and in amazing condition, in spite of the visuals prior to you. The client wiper motor was corroded underneath the glass and also it just did no work.
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Remove that ugly 23mm nut. Worst situation scenario, friend will have to reduced it off. The socket pictured is a 24mm socket, but it did work.
Look at the wonderful sight. You can slip that washer off together well.
Step 2: inside removal
Open your tailgate and also pop the cover native the handle. Remove the 2 bolts holding the covering on and then remove the cover. It pops turn off like most other Honda covers (no lifting up and also over a hole, no funky clips)
Unplug the motor and also remove the 3 10mm screws.
Easy peasy remove the 10mm squeezy.
Once both the screws and also plug is gotten rid of from the wiper motor, just pull it out of the glass. Take it a look at exactly how CLEAN the shaft housing is top top this motor. Download is the reversal the removal, minus the potential swearing reason you stripped the 23mm nut. Happy Wrenching!