You guys need to start new questions specific to your vehicles. This original one received a reply already, (and a good one), but now it shows up on our list as having been answered. None of the other experts are going to see your additions or have a chance to reply. That does you a disservice.
BLOOMIN, you have a common problem with a simple solution. Be sure the wipers are in the "parked" position, then turn them off. Grab each wiper arm and push them to the parked position they should be at.
At the base of each arm, (the pivot), there will typically be a plastic cover that can be popped up. When you do that, you'll see a nut. Tighten that nut perhaps as much as 1/4 turn. It usually doesn't take more than that. Snap the cover back down and you're done. We never charged for that at the Chrysler dealership I worked at.
Tuesday, May 30th, 2017 AT 12:27 PM