Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
The promblem is not with your wiper motor, that I am 99.9%, however the issue is probraly with your wiper linkage bar, depending on what car you are talking about. Either the linkage bar that connects to your wiper motor and your wiper arms has become damged or loose, or the smooth gears that connect the linkage and your wiper arm are worn out. Only way to make sure is to take the wiper panel cover off to see if there is damage or loose linkage to the linkage bar.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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