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Old 03-12-2018, 05:33 PM   #1
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2004 ION-2 Sedan
Default another wiper issue

I have a 2004 Saturn Ion. The cheapest made plastic bracket broke of course so I replaced it with the upgraded metal one. I also had to replace the motor because the repair shop told me that the bolt that comes out of the motor was stripped and that was what caused the wiper arms to pop off along with the nut. So no motor new wiper arm assembly and now it happened again but nut popped off. I can't imagine both of them are stripped but now I'm back to square one. They said they tried J-B Weld and it wouldn't hold. Any suggestions on how to keep this nut on the bolt that comes out of the motor?


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