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  • walksall
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    Its no bad thing to have changed the linkage - The housings are made of 'Trouble Metal' which can (and does) corrode, especially if there is salt getting in there, as in winter months.
    It is possible to re-grease them, but most people don't bother, and there is certainly nothing in the service schedule that requires this to be done.

    Regards

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  • robb2002
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    I foound out what the problem was. The new motor was defective. After all that, I could have just used the old wiper linkage but at least I know it is new now.

    Pending a replacement. Watch this space.

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  • New window linkage and new motor. Same problem.

    Hello,

    I bought a new wiper motor and realised that the old wiper linkage was corroded and old. Anyway, I decided to install the new motor on it. Put everything back and it started making a buzzing noise. It was getting stuck at a certain point. Therefore, I bought a new wiper linkage and put the new motor on to it. To my amazement it is getting stuck in EXACTLY the same place. How can that be with a new motor and a new linkage?

    I am so confused and I can't bare to strip down the parts again because it might rain. I will have to take it to a garage soon.

    Do you have any ideas why this is happening?

    Thanks in advance.
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