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WINDSHIELD WIPER MECHANISM

Postby marty21711 » Wed Dec 17, 2008 9:59 pm

Hi guys, has any one successfully replaced the bushings on the windshield wiper transmission arms? If so what did you use? All was working fine until it snowed. I have a 1986 aires.

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Re: WINDSHIELD WIPER MECHANISM

Postby guyd_15 » Tue Mar 10, 2009 7:35 pm

Wow this is an old postwith no replies, so I thought I'd just throw my 0.02 cents in.

Just a screwdriver to pry the arms apart and a pair of pliers to squeeze the arm into the bushing.

If use heat the bushing in very warm water (about 120*) it will make the bushing much less brittle. Just don't make the water so hot it melts the bushings.

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Re: WINDSHIELD WIPER MECHANISM

Postby adambullet » Tue Feb 01, 2011 1:46 am

can i get some help from anyone in here? i need some stuff online. my friend recommended these wiper blades from Wiper Wizard.. you think i should go for it? thanks.


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