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Old 09-30-2009, 10:24 AM   #1
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Windshield Wiper Knurled Driver Replacement

I wanted to thank the other members in advance for helping to answer all of the stupid questions I am going to be here is question number 2! We took our TS Select on a shakedown cruise up to Wythville, a monsoon. It was raining so hard that I was running the wipers on high and suddenly the blade on the drivers side was sword fighting with the passenger blade. I shut them off and got off the road as quickly as I could, but when we go stopped I noticed that the screws on the adjustment bar on the wiper were loose, and that the parked position of the drivers side arms was now noticeably lower than the passenger side. I was able to re-adjust the arms enough that they would work on intermittent, but they were threatening to cross over the center to do battle again. Luckily, we made it to the Fort Chiswell campground and returned the next day in good weather.

So I am thinking that the wounded wiper arms knurled driver must have sliped/stripped. What is the proceedure to replace that driver? I read another thread that discussed where to but them, but not how to replace them.
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Old 09-30-2009, 07:45 PM   #2
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When you say up to Wytheville, where did you start from? Just curious. Mine on the rt.side quit on the way up from Fl. the day Katrina arrived in New Orleans. I found the nut that holds the arm on was loose. I aligned everything, tightened the nut and no more problems. I hope i've helped.
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