Q: Rear wiper blade not working

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You can hear the Rear wiper blade motor working when you turn it on but blade isnt moving or anything. Thoughts?

My car has 155000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The rear wiper arm may be stripped out. If you remove the retainer cover and then move the wiper arm by hand to see if the shaft does not move when you move the wiper arm. Replace the wiper arm if it is stripped out or metal retainer is broke loose from arm.

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