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WIPER ARM LINKAGE COULD BE BINDING.REMOVE WIPER ARM TO SEE IF WIPER MOTOR OPERATE SLOWLY.IF YES CHECK TO MAKE SURE WIPER MOTOR GETTING GOOD GROUND CONNECTIONS BY CHECKING MOVING WIRES .IF WIPER MOTOR SPEEDS UP YOU HAVE GROUND WIRE PROBLEM. IF WIPER MOTOR REMAIN SLOW GROUND WIRES CHECK OUT OKAY.REPLACE WIPER MOTOR.IF WIPER MOTOR RUN FAST NORMAL SPEED AFTER DISCONNECTING WIPER ARM.WIPER ARM LINKAGES IS BINDING OR NEED SOME LUBRICATION TRY WD40 SEE WHAT HAPPENS.LUBRICATION DONT HELP WIPER LINKAGE COULD BE DAMAGED.
Well you can please follow the below steps - 1. Lift the wiper arm away from the windshield. If the tension spring is damaged or broken, the arm will not show resistance. If it is functioning properly, then pull the arm back until the hinge locks in a vertical position. 2. Remove the retaining nut at the base of the windshield wiper arm and pull the wiper arm off. 3. Slide the new wiper arm assembly on. 4. Tighten the retaining nut and lower the arm back down to the windshield. Please post comments for any other help or information......
Its most likely the wiper mechansim which rusts and jams. You need to take off the wiper arms by removing bolts and pulling off (quite hard). You then take plastic cowling off the car, start with a small knife passenger side and lever off, the rest will unclip as you pull. You will then see the mechanism. It is removed by 3 bolts, unhook the motor and pull the mech out. You will then see which parts are stiff and use a bit of WD40. You may have to take the whole thing apart and clean with wire brush. I tried but still didn't work so had to buy one from a scrap yard.