onions Posted May 5, 2006 Share Posted May 5, 2006 My front wipers seem to be slowing down with age. they have now got to the point where the fastest setting is slower than the slowest setting was when they worked - if that makes any sense. The situation is the same whether I hold the stalk down (in single wipe mode) or have it clicked all the way up in continuous. They seem to improve a little if they are left running for a while. With British summer looming I thought it would be best to have working wipers when it hits. So: Where should I be poking my large flat-blade screwdriver first? What parts am I likely to need (from your own vast experience)? What's all that going to cost then? Thanks in advance as usual folks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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