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DIY : Rear WIper delete for ek's

Old 09-Oct-2007, 04:48 PM
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DIY : Rear WIper delete for ek's

Anyways I was gettign sick of looking at my rear wiper mostly because it doesnt work anymore, and I was not going to replace something that was useless in the first place.

So anyways first you will probably need to go to your local Honda dealer and order these parts they will probably not have them in stock and have to special order them they took like 2 days. So heres you part list:

90301-sr3-000- plug
90156-sh3-000- nut and bolt
76707-sr3-000- rubber seal
5/16 washer from your local hardware store

Total cost something like 35 bucks special order parts blow

Next you need to remove your wiper arm. Do do this lift up the end and you'll see a nut that attaches the arm to the motor arm unscrew it and pull, might be a little bit rusted and you'll have to twist and pull.

Next open the hatch door and take off the two plugs at the bottom of the door near the latch, remove the plastic cover from the back of the hatch 5-10 clips along the outside just pry it off no to hard.

Next remove the motor, 3 bolts 10mm I beleive and unhook the power to the motor and its gone.

Next stick the plug threw the wiper hole, put the rubber seal on the back of the plug threw the inside of the car, use ur 5/16 washer next. Then use the bolt and washer and tighten. Now you have a much cleaner looking hatch.

Sorry no pcitures I really have no idea how to post them if someone would fill me in I'd love to show you the end result I am veyr happy wiht it looks alot cleaner no JDM hatch but close enough for me. Thanks for looking.

PS. I think this pulg also works for 92-95 and dc2 94-01 teg
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Old 09-Oct-2007, 10:51 PM
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Old 09-Oct-2007, 11:35 PM
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Old 22-Feb-2008, 10:31 PM
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Exclamation Rear Wiper Ek Delete

same parts as described

1)remove bolt under cover

2)remove two screw clips

3)remove clip around door lock

4)remove all three wiper motor mounting bolts and unclip wiring harness

5)remove wiper arm, motor, and grommet

6)place cover on outside - seal, washer and bolt on the inside
seal acts as spacer

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