Removing a 2007 Civic Wiper Motor?

Answer The 2007 Honda Civic wiper motor is located under the cowl. It’s attached to a tubular windshield wiper linkage support bracket. The wiper linkage uses replaceable plastic bushings to secure it t... Read More »

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Removing a Wiper Motor?

Windshield wipers are not just a convenience, they are an integral safety feature for operating a motor vehicle in adverse weather conditions. Slow, weak or unresponsive windshield wipers can be a ... Read More »

How to Fix the Wiper Motor on a 1988 Honda Civic?

Replacement wiper motors for your 1988 Honda Civic may be hard to come by if your motor is giving you problems. If you're not having any luck finding a replacement motor at an auto-parts store, you... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Honda Civic Wiper Motor?

The wiper motor in your Honda Civic controls the function of the car's windshield wipers. The wiper motor is a cylindrical canister mounted on the passenger's side of the firewall. This component d... Read More »

How to Replace a 2007 Honda Civic Wiper?

When it rains, snows, or when you simply need to clean your windshield off with wiper fluid, you rely on your wiper blades to produce clean, streak-free strokes across your windshield. If you have ... Read More »