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2004 ram 1500... after a heavy snow fall, now the wiper blades are approx 2 inches above where the stop point should be. when i turn on the blades, they go down before going up.

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Take them off of the shafts a nut holds them under a plastic cover. turn your key on and turn your wipers on with the wipers removed. then turn wipers off with switch. turn off key an put wipers back on in the correct park position.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

  • Jeremy Mar 10, 2015

    Mine does same thing when I reset arms, they again went back to bottom than up. So when I turn them on it first drops to bottom than goes up an than down. Resting position is about half way on windshield

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