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windshield wiper problem.

Old January 29th, 2008, 4:59 PM
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I bought a 98 lumina a while back and today i tried to use my wipers and only the driver one worked, and now both dont work. I can hear the moter running but the blades try to move but dont.

Im thinking they skipped over a tooth? Or broke one off? I have no idea.
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Could be a loose nut. try taking off the cover at the base of the wiper arm and tightening the hold-down nut.
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my truck had the same problem, i had to replace the wiper motor, it was like $50
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loose nut like stated above
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