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    Default Sonoma wiper question

    I ahve a 1994 Sonoma. The wiper does not seem to move far enough when in motion. Therefore, it leaves an unwiped patch on the drivers side which creates a blind spot. While in operation, the wipers seem to go a little too far down, slightly hitting the cowl. When off, the wipers do not seem to seat low enough. Also, you can move the wipers when they are off just by pushing them back and forth. Is there a bushing or something worn that needs replaced? Do I just have to replace the whole wiper motor to remedy this?

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    You should be able to pull the wiper arm off and move it over a couple of teeth to bring it up alittle.
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    See if this idea works for you...
    http://weekenddiy.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=184



    Jamie

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    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E

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