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Need to reattach wiper blades to motor - 1994 Dodge Dakota Club Cab

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Same problem here, went to oreilys and bought new plastic lock sleeves for it ,,,,,,,comon problem with dodge. they are under the shroud under the wipers took me about an hour,,,,cost less than 4 dollars

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