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How will I replace a broken windhield wiper control arm


Depends on your car for the actual steps but generally goes like this:

  • remove both windhield wipers from their posts (look for a release clip or a nut at the base of the wiper where it connects to the post)
  • remove cowl cover of the wiper arms and motor (screws or bolts)
  • remove the bolt holding down arm assembly (you may have to disconnect from motor)
  • Replace faulty control arm
  • Reverse procedure to finish

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Location fuse for windhield washer


From 300cforumz.com: Check front distribution center under hood. Check fuse position 18 which should be a 30amp pink fuse. Replace it if blown. Also check fuse position 5 if you have headlight washer (it should be a 25 amp fuse). If that doesn't get it running you may have a bad pump or bad connection to the pump. You can check voltage to the pump by pulling connector and have someone push button from inside. If it shows 12 volts or so to ground with a voltmeter then the circuit is OK--- it may be a bad pump. Also check connector contacts to pump for corrosion.

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I change the windhield on a porche cayenne 2005 and the front wiper are not working after .they where ok before


Some aftermarket windshields will not work with the rain sensors. You may need to go back and have factory Porsche glass installed.

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Winshield washer fluid, pours out near my fender appears to have been disconnected after my windhield was replaced, how do I re connect the hose


It is a matter of just finding the matching end and pushing them together, I would take it back to the windshield place and tell them of the problem, this will also show if they are indeed customer friendly. good luck.

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2001 pt cruiser front windhield washer works intermittently


short in the switch or relay......hope this info helps....

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How do I make maintain a 2003 Saturn Vue? Want to alleviate problems before they occur. It's been running and doing great so far.


Change the oil and filter every 3,000 miles, rotate your tires every other oil change, keep tires including spare properly inflated, check and replace air filter when dirty, replace fuel filter every 12,000 miles. make sure your front end is aligned properly, Check and maintain fluid levels for brakes, radiator, transmission, windshield washer fluids check visually for brake pad and rotor wear and replace when needed. Check condition of windhield wiper blades periodically. Check the tension and condition of belts and hoses every oil change.

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The windsheiold washer fluid pump does not work. no sound


The windshield washer pump is usually located on the water reservoir for the windhield washer fluid. It will usually have two wires going to it, power and ground. Pull out your reservoir and dosconnect the wires going to it. Connect a meter to the power side and mesaure for power (have a friend push the washer button). If you are getting power then your pump is bad, replace the pump. If not you may have a blown fuse, broken wire, or the switch to turn the pump on is bad.

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