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Snow caused wipers

It snowed and the snow caused one wipers not to move while the other worked now they don't work together and gets hung up

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Yes remove the cap on end of wipers and there will be an 18mm nut there.Get arms in correct postion with wipers a park postion and tighten the nut.

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You'll have to have arm removed and repositioned. If there is a little cap at end where it mounts, snap it up , remove nut, and wiggle arm upward, until off, put wipers in park, set arm back on in proper position & tighten nut. If no nut, there should be a clip on side that you pry out and pull arm off same way. If not successful, a local garage or bodyshop should do it for you for minimal or no charge. Hopefully splines inside arm aren't stripped off. Clean all good before re-install.

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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