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Can't picture the 84 model in my mind,but from experience if there are no visible screws then it is bolted on from behind(if in the bumper assembly) If it is part of /next to the headlight assy then you will probably have to remove the headlight trim and possibly the headlight also. From there you should find some type of retaining device (or combination of them) a screw or bolt and possibly a snap in socket of some kind.
this either has a nut on the base of the arm that needs to be removed or if no nut. then pull the arm away from the glass and there will be a meatal tab at the base of the arm that will slide to the side with this slid to the side the wiper arm is unlocked and will pop right off