REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
To remove the wiper blades, lift up on the spring release tab on the wiper blade-to-wiper arm connector.
Pull the blade assembly off the wiper arm.
Fig. Exploded view of the common windshield wiper components
Press the old wiper blade insert down, away from the blade assembly, to free it from the retaining clips on the blade ends. Slide the insert out of the blade. Slide the new insert into the blade assembly and bend the insert upward slightly to engage the retaining clips.
Fig. Remove the wiper arm nut
Fig. Prior to arm removal, mark the location of the arm and shaft
Fig. Lift the arm up and off the linkage shaft
Prior to wiper arm removal, it is wise to mark the windshield-to-blade placement with crayon for installation. This will help with blade height.
To replace a wiper arm, unscrew the acorn nut (a cap covers this retaining nut at the bottom of the wiper arm) which secures it to the pivot and carefully pull the arm upward and off the pivot. Install the arm by placing it on the pivot and tightening the nut to approximately 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm). Remember that the arm MUST BE reinstalled in its EXACT previous position or it will not cover the correct area during use.
If one wiper arm does not move when turned on or only moves a little bit, check the retaining nut at the bottom of the arm. The extra effort of moving wet snow or leaves off the glass can cause the nut to come loose-will turn without moving the arm.