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FS: Rear wiper motor


Veteran Member
Jun 28, 2007
Kirkland, WA
2001 Golf TDI
This is a rear wiper motor, fits A4 chassis Golfs (and I think Jetta wagons). Part number is 1J6 955 711 F. Includes a spare wiper arm as well. I did plug in this motor and verified that it works and that the washer jet stays fixed and doesn't rotate with the wiper shaft (a common failure).
Please read the note below the photo for important information.

$45 shipped USPS Parcel Post to the lower 48 states. PayPal accepted. Contact me if you're outside the lower 48 or need faster delivery.

I noticed one thing with this motor that may of interest to the buyer.

I bought a whole hatch from a junkyard to repair some collision damage on a 2000 Golf. This hatch was said to be from a 2003 GTI.

The "F" motor that came with the hatch has the washer connection in a slightly different location than the "C" motor that was in the 2000 car. Note in the photos below that on the "C" motor the washer connection points to the left of the middle mounting hole. On the "F" motor the connection points to the right of that mounting hole. As a result, the washer tubing in the car wouldn't reach to the connection on the "F" motor. I guess some cars have either a longer piece of tubing or a 90-degree connector on the end of the tubing. We ended up re-using the old "C" motor.

If you put this "F" motor in a car that came with a "C" motor you'll have to figure out a way to extend the factory tubing to fit. You may want to look at the motor in your car and see where the washer connection is prior to buying this one.

"F" motor, washer connection points to the right:

"C" motor, connection points to the left:
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