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Duralast 11in Wiper Blade DLR11Shop All Duralast
The Duralast rear blade is the first rear wiper blade made to fit both beam and integral wiper arms by employing advanced beam technology to provide 360 degrees of clear driving visibility. It’s a rear wiper arm that won’t let you down. Held to rigorous quality standards, the blade is designed and tested to provide the same look and performance as the blades that came on the vehicle.
- Delivers sharp, rear-windshield visibility in any weather
- Designed with cutting-edge, beam blade technology
- Built for improved, streak-free cleaning
- Restores the performance and appearance of your original wipers
choose your blade type
All blades come with attachments to fit your vehicle
Duralast wiper blades are compatible with 95% of vehicles on the road
When to replace your blades
Common signs of wear
Wiper leaves lines across your windshield
Blade material begins to detach from its frame
Uneven, shuddering movement across the windshield surface
Blade becomes misshapen and doesn’t contact your windshield correctly
wiper blade installation
Installing most wiper blades is a snap
1. Align wiper blade with wiper arm
2. Slide into port to connect
3. Press until you hear a click
1. Open clip and remove old wiper blade
2. Slide in until blade snaps in place
3. Close protective clip
1. Install included adaptor if needed
2. Rotate open and insert the wiper blade
3. Push blade into arm and tighten
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
cleaning your blades
Clean your blades with some hot, soapy water and a clean rag to maximize performance.
Protect your wipers from extreme temps by covering them before a snow, and applying rubbing alcohol before an expected freeze.
Rear windshield wipers lose effectiveness over time, just like their counterparts up front. Make sure to keep them in shape to face the weather.
how to check and change windshield wipers
Finding the right wipers at AutoZone is easy and replacing them is a simple job on most vehicles.
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