Here's what I'm starting out with.
You want to pop the plastic cover off where the wiper goes in the window
Undo the nut and your wiper arm will come off
Now you undo THIS nut and the piece you use to pull your window up will come off
(NOTE: this nut may be reverse-threaded)
Now open your window up and this is what you'll see
To get that black box open you'll need to pop some clips. Here are the first two...
Now the rest are circled here. No tools necessary. Just squeeze with your hands and pull and you should be able to undo them. Once these are loose, the ones in the back just come undone.
Okay you're in the wiper motor compartment now. Now what you wanna do is remove the WHOLE assembly from your window. To do that you remove THESE two nuts...
Now that you have it out, you need to remove the wiper motor so you don't have that rod sticking out of your window. The whole silver piece must come out for you to do this. Remove these screws to get it out.
There is one more screw hidden under the "plug" for the motor. Here it is...
Now that you have the metal part out of the plastic box, flip it over and remove THESE three screws to take the motor assembly out
Now would be a good time to remove the rubber seal from the hole in your window. Pushing it in from the outside is the easiest way I found to do this.
Now you need to find something to fit the hole in your window to seal it off.
I searched and searched for what I could use and I came up with two solutions. One is a beer bottle cap. A bead of silicon, caulk, or hot glue around the inside should do the trick of keeping water out.
You can sand this down and polish it like I did, or even sand and paint it to match your car. Another option is having an overlay made. MIGHT cost 5$ and you could get ANY color.
The second thing I found that I could use was the one I chose. I had some rusty golf clubs hanging up in my shed, so I pulled the top of the rubber handle off one and it fit very snug, so I know it sealed. Little tire shine on it to clean it up and it looks good as new.
Okay now we have to put the metal piece you took the motor off of back onto the black plastic box. Do so with the three screws you took out of it, and then put THAT whole piece back on the inside of your window.
Now pop the cover back on the plastic box and you're good to go.
Assemble all the pieces you removed and store them somewhere safe so that if you decide to put it back on you can.
hehe....you're welcome GenVibe!