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Wipes over stroke glass 1996 chevy1500

When wipers stroke to the out side the blades pop over the glass rubber seal and sticks out a few inches. tried to adjust blade angle but it is keyed into the drive.

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  • robert euton Jan 02, 2013

    thank you all for your help...i found the problem to be the actual arm was bent. looked at a freinds truck and saw the area and bent it correct...you would think i would see this as i am a heavy equipment tech 5 for caterpillar dealer ...lol..need any help with cat or diesel i might be able to help. thank you all.

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On most cars, the windshield wiper arm is attached to the car by way of a gear. By grabbing the wiper arm at the base you can pull the entire arm off. Reposition the arm so that it is in the proper position in the wiper off position and tap back into the fixed position

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SOURCE: 2005 Chevy Equinox Wiper blade hits edge of window

they are different size wiper blades. I just replaced mine in my 2005 chevy equinox. Passenger side is shorter.

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SOURCE: driver side wiper blade just flops around and you

At the bass of the wiper arm there is a cover that snap over the bass under that is a nut which has come loose .Align your wiper by hand were you want it then tighten up the nut:)

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