Thanks to the YouTube video at the link below, I was able to replace the rear wiper motor on my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The new motor was $70 on Amazon and I probably saved myself $100-$150 on labor. The video wasn't a perfect match, but it was close enough to get several valuable tips and the rest I could figure out by myself. Of course, if I did it again it would take 30 minutes instead of 2 hours, but that's par for the course.
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