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Both wipers will barely move 2000 impala there was a lough pop when they were working and now the passenger side does not move and the drivers side moves about half way

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Sounds like the motor is dying and needs to be replaced... that pop you heard was either the linkage coming apart on the passenger side... or the motor again.

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