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2000 acura 3.2 TL: 1 windshield wiper stopped working. Found nut on arm to be loose. It worked after tighting, but nut keeps loosening up so it stops working. I don't know if there is suppose to be some sort of lock washer or not. Thanks

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You can purchase a self locking nut with a nylon washer for a few cents.

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