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Location: MI - Michigan
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Once the wiper arm rotates on the stem, it needs to be removed and re-clocked, aka put it back in the right position. The snow may have caused it to slip from it's proper location/orientation.
I have never had this issue, nor the issue with snow packing in the cowl area. And I live in Mi. I just clean the windshield, and use the defrost. The defrost heats the wiper area of the windshield, the rear defrost, and the mirrors... I always have used oem blades.
I have also not always cleaned the windshield properly, allowing snow to pack, but I have not had the wipers rotate on the shaft.
No issues with my Tundra's since 2010 like this.
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