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My ventuer yr. 2000 wiper blades stay up right after cycle/key turned in the off position.

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I just had same problem , all you need is a little bit of grease. On the passenger side under the hood you will see where the motor is , on top are gears that drive the wipers. You will notice round pin after you take the plastic cover off. Spray some lubricant or dab in grease and turn on your wipers. let ir run a little bit. If you dont see it go down try manually releasing the pin using pliers. Grease some more and let it run.

Let me know if it helps.

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