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Posted by Anonymous on
Don't know what kind of car or truck this is, if it's a chevy truck, replace the circuit broad on the wiper motor, if it's not I don't know, without knowing what kind it is.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: windshield wiper
Is there a little cap covering where it attaches to pivot at base of windshield. If so, pry/flip it up, forward from bottom or end, & you'll probably see a nut to tighten underneath it. Do it when wipers off & in parked position so you can move the arm where you remember it goes, then tighten. Don't reef too ******* it, they aren't that strong and will snap if you go too far with wrench, just real snug. Unless you've stripped spline real good, this should do it.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
The windsheild wiper relay might be stuck or broken. Try tapping it with something or replace it. Could also be the the switch (lever that you control the wipers with) i hope this helps and good luck with diagnosing your problem.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
This is a commoon problem with what is called the "Park pawl stop". The tab is most likely bent and needs to be re-aligned, then the wipers need to be re-timed. This re-timing can be a little difficult, although the re-aligning of the tab is failry simple.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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