One way would be to remove and replace the wiper arm itself. There is usually a cap covering the nut holding on the wiper arm at it's pivot point, remove the cap, followed by the nut. Then pry the wiper arm off it's spline gear, and reposition it so it stops where you want it to. Be aware that it can take considerable pressure to pry off some wiper arms. Good luck!
How to replace wiper motor on a 1998 montero sport mitsubishi
Do you mean wiper arms or do you mean the wiper blade assemblies attached to the wiper arms? If assembly, then see sources and related links below for a wiper blade installation video for 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport (hook end arms).
The 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 & 1997 Mitsubishi Montero LS takes a 14" replacement rear wiper blade. Note however, when buying wipers be sure to always lookup your vehicle make, model and year in the application guide book at the store
The 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See Sources and Related Links below for installation videos. Also, purchase the replacement blades first and there will be additional instructions/illustrations on the replacement packages. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
Your local Autozone, O'relieys, or even walmart they have machines that you input information into about your vehicle and it tells you what to get.
use the bolt on the base base of the wiper assembly wich secures the rubber mounting
The wiper arms have disconnected from the wiper motor. How do you reconnect them?
first remove wiper arms from vehicle next with ignition on, turn wipers on then off. the wiper motor will stop at the down position. replace wiper arms onto shaft ,in the correct down position where you want them. now with ignition on, try wipers again,to check if in the stop position you want them.
You need to pull the complete wiper arm off it's splines and then put it back on the splines in the position that you want the blade.
It's up under the dash on the drivers side. If you get down on the floor and look up under the dash, it's on the far left, way up inside. Use a flashlight. It should actually say "wiper ???" on it.
There is a four way head bolt on this arm. It will take a Phillips head screwdriver to loosen this. Once that is done then the arm will detach.
You may need to loosen the wiper motor mounting and re-adjust the position in that manner. Make certain that the bolts are tightened (torqued to spec) but not over-tightened.
if the wiper arms are stuck in the up position, the crank arm is bad. this part attaches to the wiper motor and wiper transmission. the part can be purchased aftermarket at part stores. it is around $60. It should come with directions on how to install
the wiper arms are on a splined shaft so you would have to remove the arm from the shaft and rotate and replace them farther to the left or right to get the position you want most arms are held with a clip device of some kind that is part of the arm its self
You need to start by disconnecting the wiper arm assembly from the splines on the wiper motor itself. Then you need to jog the motor, once, through its cycle until it stops at its "park" position. Turn off the key switch. Then reconnect the wiper arm assembly to the motor when the wiper blades are in the proper position on the windshield. Turn key back on, and test run the wiper motor to make sure the blades aren't going off the edges and that there is no binding. Adjust as needed. Reinstall all previously removed covers and cowling.
Turn the wipers off, pull the wiper arm off, and replace it in the correct down position.
Either the wiper arm slides on the axle, or the wiper motor died.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse has standard hook-end wiper arms on front and rear. See sources and related links below for installation videos.
The wiper arm should have a removable cap at the lowest pivot point where the arm meets the firewall/hood level. With the cap removed there should be a 10-12mm nut exposed that requires loosening and removal to slip the arm off the grooved spindle and re-mount to the readjusted/desired coverage area. Re-tightened once adjusted to to avoid slippage while in operation.
You have to pop the wiper arm off(there should be a blot some cars differ) and adjust it where you would like it.
There are screws on the base of the wiper (beneath black caps) loosen them, reposition the wiper then tighten the screw.
According to my references, all Mitsubishi Endeavors have "Roc Lock 2" rear wiper arm attachments. See sources and related links below for installation videos.
bend the arm
in the engine bay left hand side