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Wiper runs upside down. Instead of clearing window clears below.

My odyssey rear wiper runs backwards. It does not clean the window but cleans the lower area where the license plate and brake lights are located.

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Sounds like its loose on the shaft
remove & inspect shaft
may just need moving to original park position and retightening

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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