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The other night I went to unfreeze my driver side wiper and noticed it's sticking. In fact wouldn't even move this morning and tonight. Then there time it will engage but then slowly get stuck and collide with passenger wiper. Thinking the bolt that holds the wiper arm is loose, or something else is going on? Anyone had this problem?
 

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I have had that issue but not on a Tundra. The vehicle that had that same issue did have a bolt loose and it was loose enough that the internal groves did not mesh together. A simple re-alignment and a bolt re-tightened did the trick. But this may be of no help with what you are experiencing.

I learned from a few guys that I work with that live up north that if we knew it would freeze we would stand the wiper arms up. It looks funny as all get out put it prevents the blades from having issues. Just have to make sure the arm doesnt slam down and crack the windshield.
 

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Resolved the issue, the nut came loose, tighten it up and good to go. Probably should have thread locked with blue lock.
We are far from 75 degrees here, high was 28 today.
 
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