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Passenger wiper arm is not moving

It may be disconceted how do I connect it

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  • Larry Jan 30, 2009

    I had went though the dash and unabloe to asesst the compoents. On the firewall I removed the cover and just found the motor. 

  • Larry Jan 30, 2009

    Your'e right. However the nuton the shaft  is weird and I cannot remove it or place the arm on it

  • Larry Jan 30, 2009

    Like a ring of sort like it doesn't go to thr arm

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See if you can move wiper arm by hand pretty easy.then check to see if the nut is loose under the base plastic cover .if arm moves but a little harder than the linkage is broke and cowl will have to come off.to see what is broken hope this helps please rate this answer thanks

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  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough Jan 30, 2009

    see you didnt have to ask anyone did you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough Jan 30, 2009

    what does it look like is it 6 sided ?

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