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Windshiend wipers were fixwed and are not aligned properly

Is there a placement photo or formula to use when adjusting them so they don't get caught on each other doing it the trial and error way. it is a 2003 pontiac aztec

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  • olderooster Dec 23, 2008

    just look at another aztek for wiper placement

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If you remember the way they laid down at bottom of windshield when shut off, move them to there and tighten.

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