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Windshield Motor

(1999 Chevrolet Venture)
in New Berlin, WI on September 02, 2009
I had a new windshield wiper motor installed before the old motor stoped the wipers wored together fine now with the new motor when I use the single wipe the right wiper stops in the center of the window I'm told that there is a worn rod that operates the wipers would you have a rawing tha wold show the entire motor and it,s attachments if you don't understand my question you could call my phone is 262-373-3219 Thank You Jim Carr
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on September 04, 2009
The wiper motor crank arm must be installed correctly on the wiper motor of your Venture Van for the front wiper arms to rest and park correctly. Unfortunately I cannot send any pictures to help with the process of installing the crank arm. There is some service information available from auto zone. You can try there and see if they have what you need.
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on September 08, 2009
I'm glad you could read my email it looks like I left out a few letters and words thank you for your reply I would like to remove the wiper motor to check out the motor crank, can you please provide the steps to do this and tell me what I should be looking for after I remove the motor as the installer will not give any help. I just though of this my back wiper stops for a while and starts on it's own after a day or so, again thanks for your help Jim Carr
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