Question about 2003 Ford Taurus
The front wiper on the drivers side does not stop at the edge of the windshield, it goes beyond the windshield and gets caught on the edge of the driver side of the car--once released, it gets behind the wiper on the passenger side. How do I re-establish the control limits on the wiper?
What I would suggest you do is the following:
1) Remove the driver side wiper (arm & blade).
2) Start the car and turn on the wipers.
3) When the passenger wiper is straight up and down .. turn off the car. This leaves the wiper in position.
4) Re-install the drivers side wiper and put it back on so its position is the same as the passenger - making them parallel
Start the car and test
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Yea might be loose nut for wiper arm. Tighten nut and see if that's
problem. Unless stripped. Gl
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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