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Passanger wiper blade stopped

Passenger side wiper blafe stopped moving the linkage came apart I got to it and put it back together only to have it fall right back apart. How can I get it to stay together it there something that keeps them together. it there a replacement part?

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Probally missing a cerclip on the linkage assembly

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