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Windshield replacement how do i replace an 1998 blazer windshield properly without breaking it

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Are you trying to remove your windshield? or replace it yourself? I would not recomend trying this at home. Due to the way cars are these days with airbags, and etc... It is just not safe..

Try http://www.FixMyWindshield.com/

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  • 2 Unbolt the wiper arm using a 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Place the bolt to the side, as you will reuse it later.
  • 3 Pull the wiper arm up at the blade so that the blade of the wiper is pointing into the air. Then pull at the base of the arm, wiggling it slightly. It's a keyed gear, so it may take a little bit of workunderlined.png?1 to break it free, but with the right amount of wiggling, it will disengage.

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  • 3 Pull the wiper arm up at the blade so that the blade of the wiper is pointing into the air. Then pull at the base of the arm, wiggling it slightly. It's a keyed gear, so it may take a little bit of workunderlined.png?1 to break it free, but with the right amount of wiggling, it will disengage.

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