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1999 hyundai windscreen wiper arms have lots of free play

Where are the linkage arms located for ajustment

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Usally the motor is under the bonnet and the arms are in the front air intake in front of the windshild. Sedans are difficult to get out and need to be timed when replaced. I hope this helps.

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Good evening Kah2110,

I assume you have replaced the linkage by now and all is fine?

I have freed a sticking spindle (driver side) but now find I can't seem to get the wipers arms positioned properly - did you find that there is a sequence/procedure to follow?

Many thanks

Please reply to gharborough@aol.com and not this email addresss.

Many thanks

CAG

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