How to Replace Wiper Motor 04-09 Subaru Outback

How to Replace Wiper Motor 04-09 Subaru Outback

1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken,damaged, or failing windshield wiper motor. This video is applicable to the 08 Subaru Outback

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Pry Bar
• 10mm Socket
• 14mm Socket
• Trim Tool Set
• Adjustable Wrench
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Marker / Writing Utensil
• Pick

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tamir Arzy says:

Great video! Helped me a lot!

Greta Kebble says:

Is it bad to remove the wiper motors before you have a new one? My wipers won’t stop wiping and I want to still drive my car before I get a new motor.

MountainMan says:

Thanks for the video! It gave me exactly the information I needed to replace the broken wiper mechanism on our 2005 Legacy Outback wagon. It's like a new car now! Well, a car that has working wipers, anyway.

Robert Cruz says:

Thanks to another video, I was able to replace my window regulator on my 2011 legacy, thus saving me about $300.00. However being an old person and if my wiper motor fails, I may just have to use "RainX", Thank you so much for posting.

LearnAlliCan says:

Thank you so much! You not only helped me fix this issue but also gave me the motivation to try to fix other issues in my car.

Julian Gonzalez says:

After re-mounting the assembly, my wiper arms are scraping the windshield. The arms where the springs are ( the joint of the wiper arm) to bend the arms up. Any thoughts?

TgrHwke says:

Putting indexing marks on the motor prior to disassembly is great if you're just repairing and reinstalling the existing motor, but if you're replacing it with a new motor then putting marks on the old motor isn't going to aid with installing the new one.

jaxonriddle says:

Do you have a video for the rear wiper motor?

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