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Wiper linkage on pass side pops off - 1985 Ford F150

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YUour talking about inside the colling where the arms move not the blades them self Mine did the same thing about 5 or 6 years ago you need to get a new part the ball socket just wares out its 26 years old You must knon where the axcess panals are because you say it keeps poping offIm going to give you a phone #1800-541-8525 call this number and you will be able to get any part you need for your truck I know how hard it can be to find parts for older fords Its 24 -7

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