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I had to do this on mine and it was a hell of a job.
You will need to dismantle the wiper shaft but it may mean that you have to break the wiper arm to do it .
My wiper arm was seized on and had to be broken to get it off.
Luckily I managed to get ano0ther one off
and it included the shaft which was in very good condition as my old shaft was badly pitted.
you will need a lot of patience ,as I said you should be able to move it very very easily with your little finger,
some of these actually broke the back window because they caused it to flex.
Currently in siaradbach's garage:
2003 LagunaII Initiale sports tourer 16v 2.0 and a Honda CX650E Freelander2 2.2 GS TD4 2008