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Drivers side wiper starts too high, and then extends off the windshild smacking the corner of the car... has broken a wiper blade... how do I adjust this. its a 03 pontiac montana

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You have the wrong wiper blade installed, go to autozone or advance auto and show them they will get you the right blade. sounds like blade may be to long or wronge design.

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