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Help!

I have a '98 Tahoe with a rear wiper on the back window. The wiper won't clear the glass surface, so I bought a new wiper arm.

Does anyone know how to remove the old arm? Do you have a GM or Haines Tech manual that tells you how?

Many thanks!


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Help!

I have a '98 Tahoe with a rear wiper on the back window. The wiper won't clear the glass surface, so I bought a new wiper arm.

Does anyone know how to remove the old arm? Do you have a GM or Haines Tech manual that tells you how?

Many thanks!


=Jay
Rear Window Wiper Arm Replacement
Removal Procedure




Disconnect the washer hose.



Lift the wiper arm from the windshield.
Disengage the retaining latch with a screwdriver.



Disengage the washer hose and grommet from the liftglass.
Remove the wiper arm from the wiper motor drive shaft.
sorry it had pictures when i copied it
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OK this the closest I could find after doing a search, On my 2003 Yukon XL where do add washer fluid for my rear wiper? Do I need to pull off my rear hatch panel I just can't find the reservoir
 

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your rear wiper feeds off of your main reservoir in the engine compartment .. if you are not getting any fluid to the back take a look on the driver side in the engine compartment there is a T joint tube that joins the rear to the front ..sometimes it comes off .
 

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Well if thats not the goofist thing ??? if the hose had a leak then my tank would drain, I don't have that issue my front sprayers work fine. OK so where is the pump is it trying to push fluid some 20 plus feet or is it drafting it 20 plus feet?
 
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