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You will get peel if you use different brands or if you do not wait long enough to recoat. you have to to recoat within one hour if not then usaully 48 hrs. Hope this helps mike

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There are several "penetrating" type products on the market, your local auto supply store can help you pick one if thats what you desire. Personally I think it will be of limited value. There are other options, but these should be the first to consider.

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My passenger side windshield wiper lost the timing due to ice on it. How can I put it back without breaking anything

Hello Worm8.

At the wiper arm where it attaches to the pivot there is a cap that covers a nut.
This nut retains the arm to the pivot.
The arm has slipped on the splines and put it out of time.
Loosen or remove the nut, lift the arm up and reset the position.
Keep in mind when the slippage takes place it peels the splines off a little and it will slip easier the next time. A little bit of locktight on the spline will help hold it's position.
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Ware is the wiper module located on a 2000 crown victoria

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  2. Remove the windshield wiper motor cover.
  3. Remove the clip.
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  6. Remove the motor.
To Install:
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  2. Install bolts. Tighten to 10 Nm (89 in. lbs.).
  3. Connect wiper transmission linkage.
  4. Install clip.
  5. Install wiper motor cover.
  6. Install mounting and pivot shaft assembly.
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