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Stucked wiper arms

Wiper arms is stucked to the axel even after i have pulled out the lock's (metal plate positioned under wiper axel fitting), as far as they go. Have sprayed 505 for lubrication, but still stuck.
Should i completly remove the lock's or what?

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Arm's still stuck, but the reason for this request was that my wipers didn't stop in correct position. They stopped in different positions and people advised me to replace all of it.
Insted i wanted to see if I could repair it.
I concluded that this was an electronic problem, not a mechanic.
I dissconected the battery cable's and the electrical cable to the wiperarm engine.Then I opened the lid on the bracket for the wiper-arm motor and pulled out the electrical curcuit board. Cleaned inside and sprayed with elektrospray for better contact on the electronic's. Also carefully sanded the contact's for the mechanic and applied new grease for the mechanic's.
This was all possible still with all mounted in the engine room of the car.
Now it work's properly.

Thank's for the e-mail, I will use this site when next problem appears.

Best regards
Jon Ola Bryhn

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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