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Old 02-26-2007, 08:28 PM   #16
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OK, thanks for the heads up. I'll try to look at it this weekend again.
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Old 02-26-2007, 10:39 PM   #17
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Arrow Ditto.....

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Originally Posted by frankzen
Similar thing just happened to me. Wipers started moving very slowly...then
stopped. My mechanic (a great guy here in Montreal) took apart the whole assembly, found the passanger side bearing where the wiper attaches was seized...he disassembled the whole mechanism, cleaned it up, packed it with silicon grease and they now work 110%. Total cost $130 for 1-3/4hours labour. New parts would have cost me about $350. Getting the assembly out was the hardest part

Same happened to me last week.
Took it today to Charlie at Bimmersport and he performed the exact same fix as mentioned above in 2hrs time ($140).
It looked like a bitchen job !
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