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How would I adjust the stop position for my winshield wipers that recently froze to my winshield and began stopping in abnormal positions.

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Take them off and reclock them what has happend is the stud peice has turned in the wiper assembly its self orit bent and internal rob just reclocking themby removing and replacing will work for a long time if it is just one of the 2

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