Question about 1984 Toyota Corolla
Either the wiper motor or the wiper switch, then again the linkage could be rusty and frozen with age. on a car this old could be any. get a repair manual for about 10 buck on eBay and see how difficult it is to get the wiper motor out, that is where I would start. give the linkage a good coat of chain lube and make sure it moves easily before you reassemble it. if it is sloppy then you may need a new one, parts store or eBay. there will be a notch or stamp on the linkage which shows the "rest" position, make sure you follow and understand it before you reassemble, and make sure your inside wiper switch is in OFF position. you should be able to get a new wiper motor for less than a hundred bucks, at autozone not the kind of thing you should get a used part for unless you want to do this again next year. also do a search on youtube for videos of folks doing wipers on 80s toyotas, that should give you an idea of what you are getting into.
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