2000 explorer limited rear wiper only works when i manually pull up on the arm could this be a bearing or alignment problem?

Asked by Jul 11, 2017 at 12:49 AM about the 2000 Ford Explorer Limited

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rear wiper motor is probably corroded or at its end-of-life. If its installed too tightly or has some crud between the washer / mount, you can unmount it and give it a good cleaning, add some grease to the threads.

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i pulled the rubber weather boot off, lubed. i will replace. Kr is that pretty much straight forward or is there a stumbling block i should know about. thanks

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