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2002 Olds Silhouette van;

Ww park at outer limit when switch is turned off. Operate normally when turned on. Wipers don't flip off side when turned on so attaching bolt has not loosened.

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  • Lee Bowd Nov 14, 2012

    Yes, confirmed mechanics diagnosis. Waiting for part.

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The gears in the wiper motor are slipping, Get a new wiper motor.

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