Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: windshield wiper arm
I've got the same problem. Some of the auto stores I saw like Autozone only carry driver side. But I did see a passenger side wiper arm at Rockauto.com for $16. They designate it as front right. Needless to say it is out of stock and takes 34 days to deliver.
It does have a different curvature, keep checking the internet.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
You can usually avoid that by using a good quality winter mix washer fluid that resists freezing, making sure the wipers are cleared of ice before beginning the drive and using the defroster to keep the windshield warm. In extreme conditions you just need to pull over and manually clean the ice off by hand.(only do that where it's safe). There are also specially designed wiper blades that will also help a bit.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
The arm is stripped onto the stud its pressed into which is call a wiper transmission. That part mounts to eack ww blade then to the wiper motor. You need a new transmission and maybe a new wiper are as well
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
you need to pull the plastic cap off the wiper arm base, remove the nut holding the arm to the splined shaft. then pull the arm off and turn the wipers on. if the little splined shaft is turning back and forth with the remaining wiper arm, then you have a bad wiper arm. the splines or serrations on the inside of the base get stripped and the little shaft cannot grip it to move it anymore. take your wiper arm to a local junkyard and have them find you a replacement which is not stripped. put it on in reverse order, if you have some loctite around this would be a good time to use it when you tighten the nut back down.
if the little shaft is not turning back and forth, then your wiper linkage or transmission is bad and this will most likely be a job you will want a shop to to. do not pry on the glass or use the window as a pry point to lift the arm off, it may need some gentle rocking to come loose but not prying.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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