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THE WIPERS CEASED WORKING ABRUPTLY. CAN HEAR SOUND OF MOTOR BUT WIPERS DONT MOVE.

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Check the wiper arms are properly connected to the mechanism,that protrudes from the actual motor...these normaly have a tooth like system and therefor if the wiper arms are not connected properly then the wiper motor will run but the wipers wont move.....also check the wiper cross arm mechanism(located under the bonnet)as these are normaly on a push fit ball and could be worn and disengaged.

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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SOURCE: Wipers are not working

take out the bolt out of the wiper arm and check the spline, if the spline appears to be worn out, replace the wiper arm and tighten it. take caution in tightening the bolt for you might crack the windshield. goodluck!

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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SOURCE: my windshield wipers wont move but i can still hear the motor

You broke the wiper transmission. Most of the time they are dealer only parts.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 93 f250 wipers don't work. Changed wiper motor.

Switch is bad.

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SOURCE: Toyota Corolla CE 1999 wipers not working.

Open the wiper panel located at below wiper arms,
it could be any of wiper mechanism untight

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: wiper blades not moving, I can hear wiper motor

the Kia Sedona is identical to my hyundai entorage minivan, this happen several times to me you have to tighten the nut that secures the wiper assembly to the motor, the shaft gets worn and losens up. you may have to replace the wiper motor.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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