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It is leaking from the trim at the base
These faucets are cheap enough to just replace. don't risk a flood trying to repair it
Posted on May 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Grab the trim cover over the base of the wiper arm with your thumb and forefinger and pull it upward to expose the wiper stud and nut.
Remove the nut from the wiper stud with your socket set.
Grab the wiper arm where it slips over the wiper stud with one hand and pull straight up to remove the old wiper arm. Discard the old arm.
Align the splines in the new arm with the splines in the wiper stud, making sure the wiper arm aligns properly in conjunction with the windshield, and push the arm down onto the wiper stud by hand.
Thread the nut back onto the wiper stud and tighten it down with the socket set. Push the trim cover over the stud and nut until it clicks into position.
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