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Old 18 Nov 2010, 08:54 pm
road apple
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Default 90 honda accordWindshield wiper sliping on pivit driver side.

both pivot the iwiper arm are worn smooth. Tightening nut just slips.
How to change pivot?? I looked at Monark and it looks very
complicdated. How to remove and replace pivot? I tried Locktite, no
luck. Any tricks??
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Old 19 Nov 2010, 08:54 am
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Default Re: 90 honda accordWindshield wiper sliping on pivit driver side.

road apple <sheldonrl@gmail.com> wrote in news:181120101854193543%
sheldonrl@gmail.com:

> both pivot the iwiper arm are worn smooth. Tightening nut just slips.
> How to change pivot?? I looked at Monark and it looks very
> complicdated. How to remove and replace pivot? I tried Locktite, no
> luck. Any tricks??
>



It's not that hard, actually.

If you remove the plastic cowl molding, the wheelboxes (which is what the
pivots are called, AFAIK) will be exposed. Your two unbolt as a set. Just
pop the linkage off the wheelbox assembly, and pop-in the new wheelbox
assembly.

Brand-new is about $200 at the dealer, so I suggest getting one from a
wrecking yard, or "auto recycler" as they're known these days. You might
even be able to pick up replacement arms from the same car the wheelboxes
came from. Wrecker parts will be a LOT cheaper!

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Old 19 Nov 2010, 06:22 pm
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Default Re: 90 honda accordWindshield wiper sliping on pivit driver side.

Just put a screw nail in between where it slips.Worked for me for years
"road apple" <sheldonrl@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> both pivot the iwiper arm are worn smooth. Tightening nut just slips.
> How to change pivot?? I looked at Monark and it looks very
> complicdated. How to remove and replace pivot? I tried Locktite, no
> luck. Any tricks??
>



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Old 21 Nov 2010, 11:10 am
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Default Re: 90 honda accordWindshield wiper sliping on pivit driver side.

In article <0xEFo.24510$E64.24474@newsfe11.iad>, waybel
<waybel@personainternet.com> wrote:

> Just put a screw nail in between where it slips.Worked for me for years
> "road apple" <sheldonrl@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:181120101854193543%sheldonrl@gmail.com...
> > both pivot the iwiper arm are worn smooth. Tightening nut just slips.
> > How to change pivot?? I looked at Monark and it looks very
> > complicdated. How to remove and replace pivot? I tried Locktite, no
> > luck. Any tricks??
> >

> Thanks for the ides.
>

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