Question about 1988 Dodge Ramcharger
The problem is most likely from either the wiring or the fuse. If the wiring got disconnected at a point, the wiper wont work, Therefore i will strongly advice you run a check on the wiring. Then you also check if there is no blown fuse anywhere. You can also check the relay switch of your car to see if there is not a problem there. You can also check the wipers motor. Once you have run the check, then you will be able to detect the problem and know how to solve it.
You can try out these solutions first before running a check:
Flick it against the windshield.
At the base of the wiper arm, there is a small cap to cover the point where the arm is mounted to the mechanism. Remove the cap and tighten the nut. You may have to loosen and tighten the nut a few times to adjust the arc or movement of the arm. It might not work immediately you try it out so a little trial and error will do the job for you.
Take care and good luck
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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