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I have one windshield wiper working on a 1995 nissan altima whats the problem the other moves a little bit but wont go all the way across

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As you say the other one moves a bit the linkage appears to be connected, check the nut for tightness on the arm that wont move, they sometimes come loose during frosty periods when the wipers are stuck to the screen.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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