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Rear wiper rotates around

Car wash damaged my rear wiper , motor runs, blade was moving back and forth missing the glass then we tried to change the blade, and now wiper arm moves toward ground, does the rear arm have a wiper pivot assembly?

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The wiper arm is held against the glass by a spring-corrosion in the arm doesn't allow the spring to pull it against the glass-in order to position it properly take the arm off,run the wiper while watching it-you need 2 people for this job-noting where it starts from and where it ends at. put the wiper where it looks close to where it should be and try it you may have to reposition it a few times. as far as the wiper arm being corroded-I would replace it. the reason its going down right now is because its in the wrong position from the carwash-these things can be nasty to get off-you can get a tool at the auto parts stores-ie autozone ,advanced auto or pepboys-cheers Denny

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Yes it is called rear wiper regulator . take off inner panel most likely it pulled the pivet arm out of the regulator and with any luck you can pop it back in

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SOURCE: 2003 chevrolet venture rear wiper

sounds like a bent wiper arm that holds the blade,,, bent it a little .. make sure blade is on correctly too!!

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just pull the wiper arms off and reinstall in the right direction 13mm wrench good luck

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SOURCE: remove and replace wiper blade assebly 89 chevy silverado

there is a keeper on the inside of the arm. its easier to get to if you remove the whole arm. lift the wiper arm and near the pivot point there is a little flat bar that sticks out along the arm itself. its about a quarter inch long. pull that out alittle and slide the arm off the peg. makes it easier for me. if you cannot get the wiper off still, destroy it. your replacing it anyway and the arm is pretty sturdy.

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SOURCE: The arm on my rear wiper does not move.

remove the arm to see if the motor turns. Look inside where the arm mounts, is the inside worn out?

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SOURCE: Rear Wiper does not move

My 2005 Malibu Maxx the motor works but the wiper arm barely moves

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