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Old 06-09-2019, 01:12 PM   #1
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Windshield wiper issue on 2008 Journey 39Z

Whenever I encounter wind and heavy rain, my driver side wiper goes too far left , over the windshield frame and sticks. It happens at worst times when on interstate or highway that has no shoulder to pull over. In extreme need, had to pull over best as I could, wife jumped out and pulled back. Very dangerous. Its back in shop for what they thought they fixed twice before. Is this a Winnebago design flaw? Greatly appreciate any recommendations on how to finally repair as my rv shop seems baffled.
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