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    Wiper linkage bush replacement

    Has anyone changed the pivot bushes in the wiper linkage rods?

    Where the rods connect from the passenger side to drivers side, the passenger side keeps coming off.



    Nissan don't have the part and they're saying I need to get new arms to replace it.

    Any ideas on replacements or a different way to fix it?

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    You could try filling it up with sikaflex and letting in set or try making a new bush out of plastic or polyurethane

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    It doesn't look like it would come on the arm anyway. Looks like you might be able to get them and push them out, not sure.

    Nissan 28828-65F00 or 28828-65F01 describes a seal, but might be a bush?

    Wait, is this not it? - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202754399876
    Last edited by piman2k; 10-03-2020 at 06:13.

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    Your photo is really blurry so can't quite see whats broken (Unless its my eyes!).

    When my linkage popped out I struggled to find a new replacement (thinking second hand items would be on there way out too....). I ended up drilling a hole through the old bush and putting a bolt and locknut. Been fine ever since....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davus200 View Post
    Your photo is really blurry so can't quite see whats broken (Unless its my eyes!).

    When my linkage popped out I struggled to find a new replacement (thinking second hand items would be on there way out too....). I ended up drilling a hole through the old bush and putting a bolt and locknut. Been fine ever since....
    You have to click on the picture, for some reason the picture didn't go on as it normally would.

    I did think about doing that but I was also thinking I better do it properly lol.

    If it doesn't work I will give that a go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post


    It doesn't look like it would come on the arm anyway. Looks like you might be able to get them and push them out, not sure.

    Nissan 28828-65F00 or 28828-65F01 describes a seal, but might be a bush?

    Wait, is this not it? - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202754399876
    I've ordered some from Nissan so I'm hoping it does the job, only 9 as well.

    They did say there is more chance it could be the mount itself and that's around 55 so I'm hoping these nylon bushes do the job lol.

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    These clips can give you a fix - although getting them on can be a bit tight getting your hands in to put them on

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/162545624...m=162545624206

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    Quote Originally Posted by kishan View Post
    You have to click on the picture, for some reason the picture didn't go on as it normally would.
    It's because you're still using Photobucket.

    Please don't use photobucket, it's the anus of the internet.

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    I tried nissan myself but they said they no longer produce them?? I went in the second time to ask and they said it would take 4/5 months, I just bodged it back together and it's still going, I just cry when I see rain incase it brakes.

    Fail just noticed this is S14 I was S13....

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    Quote Originally Posted by s13spooner View Post
    I tried nissan myself but they said they no longer produce them??
    Really ? I bought a nice shiny brand new arm about 12 months ago from the main Nissan dealership here in Guildford which took about three days to arrive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davus200 View Post
    When my linkage popped out I struggled to find a new replacement (thinking second hand items would be on there way out too....). I ended up drilling a hole through the old bush and putting a bolt and locknut. Been fine ever since....
    That's exactly what I did on my 14 and had no issues after that.

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    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1995-1999...YAAOSwmcJdxW2u

    Thats what i bought, but i had to cut off one of the pivots an weld one of the originals on as the size is slightly different but its worked and sorted my issue out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by piman2k View Post


    It doesn't look like it would come on the arm anyway. Looks like you might be able to get them and push them out, not sure.

    Nissan 28828-65F00 or 28828-65F01 describes a seal, but might be a bush?

    Wait, is this not it? - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202754399876
    I ordered this in the end but the nylon bush wouldn't clamp on.

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