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Any1 have a schematic that shows the rear wiper motor electrical wire?

I am removing the rear wiper & wiper motor off my back glass & want to completely remove the wiring that I am guessing is somewhere under the carpet? Or maybe it's in the hardtop?
I want to be ready to trace it all the way to the front to remove the whole line out of the Jeep.

Thanks in advance for any light that you may shed on this for me.
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It runs with the main harness down the driver side of the jeep then crosses under the seat to the passenger side then along the floor to the fuse box. You simply need to follow the plug, it has both the defroster and wiper motor in it. It will be a huge pain in the ass to do. Why are you wanting to remove it?
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It runs with the main harness down the driver side of the jeep then crosses under the seat to the passenger side then along the floor to the fuse box. You simply need to follow the plug, it has both the defroster and wiper motor in it. It will be a huge pain in the ass to do. Why are you wanting to remove it?
There's a rattle coming from its location, & I figured I'd take the whole thing out.
Thanks for the location info
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Why not leave the wiring just in camas you decide to replace it later. Just tuck the harness under the carpet. You値l be glad you did.


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I took mine out to save the weight. I will never need it.

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Why not leave the wiring just in camas you decide to replace it later. Just tuck the harness under the carpet. You値l be glad you did.
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I took mine out to save the weight. I will never need it.
I just took out the entire rear wiper, assembly, motor, spare tire, spare tire carrier, rear seat, I swear this vehicle feels lighter driving it, etc...
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I just dropped 900 pounds off the rear of mine and its a whole new rig on the road. Nice to be able to hold 60 in 5th gear on a 7% grade highway.

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Horsepower to weight ratio.

The time-tested benchmark for performance.

Certainly lots cheaper to lighten the load than to add horsepower.

However, addin' sufficient horsepower allows a fella to keep his rig lookin' like a jeep and still tote 'round silly thangs like a spare tire, extra fuel, tools, beer, etc.

Ain't no replacement for displacement.

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