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The park mechanism. is a situation when you put the wipers on the first setting and they wipe the screen once, and then they stop for a little time, and then they wipe again (without you having to turn them on and off, on and off).......this is called the "park". On some models of vehicles, you can sometimes increase or decrease this park time by turning the knob on the end of the wiper stalk.

In fact, the newer vehicles can sense how fast you are going and increase/decrease this Park feature as you are driving in rain !!!...pretty cool !!!

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2: Use a small screwdriver and pry the plastic caps from the wiper arm mounting ends.

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