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Wipers are not aligned

I didn't realize my wipers were frozen and attempted to turn them on. They are now not aligned and one actually wrapped around the side of the car. Are there replacement gears or a part that I need to get them back on track?

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  • sabrinagis Jan 21, 2009

    thanks will try!



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You need a new sync arm, go to the scrap yard.

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