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93 Dodge 350 Van

Hi, I have a 93 Dodge 15 passenger van. 350 or 3500, I forget. The linkage has disconnected to the windshield wipers. In order to access the linkage, I have to remove the panel above the hood. I can't figure out how to remove the wiper arms from the splined posts. What is the trick. Thanks, Shell in Hawaii

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    I have the same problem. Did you figure it out?

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There is a little hook like metal piece under your windshield wiper arm.When you push it to the right while pulling the wiper arm up it comes off

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This vary hard to explain their is a part on the base of the wiper arm that will pull to the side little slide plate dodge has a problem with wiper bushings will probley need to buy some autopart store has them in the help section or motormite

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