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2004 mitsubishi endeavor wiper arm passenger side popped off

The wiper arm on my 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor popped off, the motor and attaching arms are fine, it's the wiper arm that popped off, looks like the washers holding it in place corroded out. I ordered new nuts, washers, caps today. Am I missing anything else?

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  • Andrew
    Andrew Nov 23, 2013

    Mine popped off too, but where the two arms meet. Looks like a missing bushing. Where can I order just those bushings to connect? The dealer says he doesn't carry and I need to order a whole arm. $130!!

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Yea its actully quite simple, but expensive. The regulator needs to be replaced. I have already replaced my right rear, but I think my driver side is going out also, sounds like it anyway.
Thank God I bought a third party warrnty and they took care of everything. Zurich is the name of the company. I purchased the one with no deductible. Anyway I wish I had a better solution-but its awful hard to do your self.
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they are a bit hard to remove, best way to do it is, after you have removed the nuts, lift the arm straight up on its tention so its in the air, then get a cloth or rag, rap round the bottom under the arm, then tap the centre of the arm and pull at same time...NOTE!!! do not tap hard as you can ruin the thread for the nuts, so little taps should do it5...hope that helps

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