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Windsheild wiper arm on drivers side is off track ,how do i fix it?

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Let the wiper work with the blades pulled out of the glass. Now switch off and allow it to park. You can now see the difference in the lefft /right parking.
Remove the arm mounting from the knurlings and set it back to fall just into the correct slot at the bottom of the glass beading.
A corrrection can also be done onthe park switch within the motor assembly but this seems easier.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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Nut at the end of the wiper arm ,remove nut then remove arm and re-position

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