|Two allen bolts hold the u-clamp and subsequently wiper motor in place
|Removing these nuts loosens the wiper spindles from the scuttle.
You need to move the wiper motor around so that it is free from the 'holder' but whilst you do that you need to ensure that you remove any tie-wraps that could be keeping any wiring tight (or restricting access) and then remove the connection block for the wiper motor, pictured below.
|Make sure you unclip the connection block
|Caterham wiper motor 'hanging loose'
|This nut holds the main mechanism and tube together
|Use an 8mm spanner to loosen these nuts to remove the spindles from the wiper tube
The image below shows the top of the scuttle with the wiper motor removed and spindles removed but now there are two holes (well three once the washer jet is removed). I guess an easy way to fill these holes would be to use a couple of rubber grommets, but I personally don't think it'll look that nice/clean, so a new scuttle has been ordered (and delivered a few weeks ago) so I'll be getting that painted and will be fitting the new scuttle in the not too distant future.
|Scuttle showing wiper motor removed and two (well three!) holes - easily fillable using some rubber grommets
|Caterham wiper motor and spindles
|Caterham Wiper motor and spindles weighed in at 2.43kg
Hopefully this afternoon I'll get the seats back in, fire it up for the first time this year and go for a quick blat... I also discovered there's a weighbridge quite local to me, so may take the car over there to see what the current 'new' weight is too.