you probably had the wiper transmission connection slip where it connects to the motor. remove the wiper arms - pull up the blade a bit, use a flat blade screwdriver to pull up the locking tab where the blade connects to the vehicle and pull the whole arm up and off. remove the fake intake covers on each side, then remove the entire fresh air intake cover to expose the wiper motor. you'll need to remove the washer hose connections as well. loosen the wiper motor connection where the transmission assembly goes and lightly press one of the wiper arms back on to the nub, but not all the way. adjust the transmission back to the normal park position and retighten the motor connection. reassemble and check your park location with the air intake body section in place. because of the cutout buckets the wiper arms sit in, you may need to do it a few times to get it just right.
after reading the manual, this is the best advice i can give you, since there is no troubleshooting description listedfor this particular problem. if all else fails, have a pro do it.
almost forgot, test your wipers after everything is back together, if they hit the intake cover, you've screwed it up and will never take my advice again. [
] i'd still try disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes first, that's far easier and just may do the trick the first time.