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billy bee

wiper arm removal

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First pic shows the tab you have to pull out, it is the one that should be bent up on the windshield side of the wiper. You have to pull that out. When you pull it out, you have to lift the wiper off the windshield to get the tab to pull all the way out. You can see in the second picture the circled part gets pulled out and holds the wiper arm up when pulled, this is why you have to hold the wiper arm up to pull the tab out, the wiper arm being down, is over that part so the tab cannot work loose. Make sure to mark the wiper placement on the windshield with something so you don't have to spend 10 min trying to get them back in original spot. Add a dab of grease and spread it all around the wiper splines so you get a thin film all around so the splines don't rust.

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