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On a 94 corolla, where the wiper linkage attaches to the wiper motor, I'm missing a part. A bushing maybe? The linkage moves and the motor works, but I can't attach them together because of a missing part. Can I buy just that part? Or do I have to replace the entire linkage?

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You can check junk yard you get that piece that is missing and not having buy the whole thing

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