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Old 08-26-2012, 10:17 AM   #1
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Fleetwood ford frame. Windshield wipier position

How do you change the position of where the wiper stops. I have in the past just pulled them off to position the but seems to need another method. Like changing the limits. Has anyone ever done that?????
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Which Fleetwood model & year? The windshield wiper system is installed by the coach builder and typically varies from model to model and year to year.
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Check where the metal plate is connected to the shaft of the wiper motor. These were serrated and held on with a nut. If the nut gets a little loose it will cause the wipers to get out of time.
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Your wipers are out of adjustment. The wiper motor has a short arm that is attached to the motor. It is serrated, so it locks in and will not spin. loosen the nut. place the wipers in the parked position. then retighten.
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