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Wipers
Anyone experience this before?

On our recent trip we encountered rain, usually not a problem.
Except on this trip, upon occasion we'd get some cross wind that would slam the DS wiper to full extension.
It always came back in sequence and parked...

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Re: Wipers
Reply #1
I would first check and see if the motor is still securely attached to front of firewall.

jk

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Reply #2
Just went through this. The serrated part behind the arm, that goes on the shaft, got worn. It banged so hard, it broke the arm, so I switched the pass side to drive to Arizona.

Bought a new arm on Ebay, correct Brazillian made.

WEXCO/ DYNA 200483N...

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Re: Wipers
Reply #3
Thanks for a starting point.

JK, I'll check that first.

Chris, I'll check that knurled nut for worn parts. Thanks for the website link!


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Reply #4
Thanks for a starting point.

JK, I'll check that first.

Chris, I'll check that knurled nut for worn parts. Thanks for the website link!

I see you have a GV. So check the parts I listed. But it's...

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Reply #5
Frank, I check the wiper mounts frequently. What's letting the wiper blade fly out is the spring. If it is getting weak or breaks the wiper arm can flop freely. I don't know if we can get those springs, but if someone finds a good source I think...

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Reply #6
Checked the wiper motor, everything seems nice and tight.
Checked the spring for tension, seems firm.
Pulled the wiper arm, knurled drive nut looks fine, actually looks new.
Wiper arm has smooth shiny spots in it's drive spines, small but very...

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Reply #7
Found them on Ebay. Thanks