If the problem is that the wipers "park" in the vertical position instead of the "down" position, then the most likely problem is that the cam plate that attaches to the motor itself "slipped" and is out of sequence. My 98 Regal did that, and I took it to a dealer for answers. I was told that this is a common problem that happens when the wiper arms get obstructed when the arms try to return to the "parked" position when they are turned off-- for example, if ice is on the windshield cowl (my problem!!).
I replaced the motor & transmission, but they STILL aren't just right, I think because I might not have the cam plate and the wiper arms fixed into the correct rotation-- they pressure fit into place and don't have a clear spline by which you can line things up. I can do most things on cars, but this has been a real challenge! The dealer, by the way, wants around $300 to correct this problem-- labor plus $200+ for the new part. It's not too hard to take things apart and reassemle them-- but it IS hard to know how the exact alignment of all the parts when you reassemble. Wish I had a better answer, but that's what I found out. If you have a question, chuck_Devers@SBCglobal.net will get you through to me.
I had a wiper failure while in high during a rain storm. The arm was moving only 10% of the time on the driver side. I took the wiper arm off the toothed cam and fit a rubber washer on there. I then replaced the wiper, which was not easy, but once i did it the arm has not slipped at all. This was a roadside repair so i expected failure within a few weeks if that long, but it has lasted over months and many rain storms. Hope my solution can fix your head scratcher.
If the windshield has a tiny crack, some windshield companies can seal the crack but if the windshield has a big crack or is partly shattered, the windshield has to be removed and replaced by a new windshield. Go to a search engine on the internet and type in windshield companies and then type in the name of your city and state. Your search should help you find pro windshield repacers in your local area. Mechanic shops usually never repair windshields, so it has to be a pro windshield company.
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Bottom drivers side front windshield
A repair manual for the 1998 Buick Park Avenue would have a brakes repair diagram. A popular book is the Haynes Repair Manual.
Front top right part of the windshield
The 1995 Buick windshield wiper relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The windshield wiper relay switch will be in the third column, third from the top.
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Check underneath the windshield washer bottle
If a windshield wiper switch on a 1995 Buick Riviera stays on when in the off position, it might be the fault of the windshield wiper relay. It could also be that the switch itself needs to be taken off and reset on the dial.
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In order to replace the windshield wipers on a 93 Buick Lesabre, you simply need to remove the wipers from the car. You have to buy new ones, and then attach the new ones on to the car.?æ
From hoses attached to the wipers.
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An individual would need to use a Buick repair manual anytime he/she is attempting to make a repair without the aid of a trained mechanic. One should always refer to the manual prior to making a repair.
Most Auto Parts stores sell repair manuals.
a metal tag is located in the lower drivers side of the windshield
I'm assuming its like other buick regal models, around the passenger side windshield wiper.
no repair.... must replace.... $10 US at any parts store
Check www.autozone.com, they have a Repair Info section that covers Buick LeSabre with this info.
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What's wrong with it?