Sorry for the wording, but that is how the factory writes it:Sound absorbers - are the rubber ends attached to the motor. (may not be there if someone has previously worked on it)Fence - the part of the firewall that the motor is bolted to
To access the windshield wiper motor, the cowl cover must be removed
Fig. 2: With the hood open, remove the cowl cover
Fig. 3: After the windshield washer hose and electrical connectors are unplugged, disconnect the wiper unit drain tubes
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the wiper arm and blade assemblies.
Remove the cowl cover from the vehicle as follows:
Close the hood to aid in the removal procedure.
Remove the lower area cowl cover-to-wiper module mounting screws.
Disengage the quarter turn fasteners securing the outer ends of the cowl cover to the wiper module.
Open the hood.
Remove the wing nuts securing the front of the cowl cover to the wiper module.
Using a small flat bladed tool, disengage the retainers securing the cowl cover to the front fender edge.
Raise up the cowl cover enough to gain access to the right side washer hose and disconnect from the right washer nozzle.
Close the hood, but do not latch. Remove the cowl cover from the vehicle.
Open the hood. Disconnect the positive lock on the wiper unit electrical connector.
Disconnect the wiper unit electrical connector from the engine compartment wiring harness.
Fig. 4: Once everything is disconnected from the wiper unit, remove the mounting bolts ...
Fig. 5: ... and lift the wiper unit from the vehicle
Fig. 6: Remove the wiper motor crank nut and mark the location as shown
Disconnect the windshield washer hose from the hose coupling inside the wiper unit.
Remove the drain tubes from the bottom of the wiper unit.
Remove the sound absorbers from the ends of the wiper unit.
Remove the attaching nuts securing the wiper unit to the lower windshield fence.
Remove the attaching bolts securing the wiper unit to the dash panel.
Raise up the wiper unit from the from the weld-studs on the lower windshield fence and remove the wiper unit from the vehicle.
Place the wiper unit on a solid, level working surface. Remove the cowl cover brackets from the wiper unit.
Remove the attaching nuts securing the wiper linkage and wiper motor mount plate to the wiper unit.
Remove the wiper linkage from the wiper unit.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the wiper motor.
Disconnect the wiper linkage from the wiper motor crank, but do NOT remove the crank from the wiper motor.
Remove the attaching bolts that secure the wiper motor to the mount plate and remove the wiper motor.
Don't know if you marked the location of the arm prior to removing, but that dot would be the mating spot for the mark
Here are some pictures with wipers in stock, Park position:
Passenger Middle arms:
Middle (closeup) :