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You will need a 13-inch wiper blade for the rear window. 1 - When removing the wiper blade lift the wiper arm away from the window. ----- 2 - With one hand holding the wiper arm press the small tab on the underside of the wiper blade where it meets the wiper arm. ----- 3 - Slide the wiper blade off of the arm by pulling the center toward the bottom of the arm.----- 4 - Lightly lay the wiper arm on the window.----- 5 - Prepare your new wiper blade by taking the curved part of the plastic clip and line it up with the curve of your wiper arm. ----- 6 - Lift the wiper arm and press it through the center of the wiper blade up and over the plastic clip. 7 - Pull the wiper blade up until it clicks. Place the arm back on the window.
Hi, Yes, the wiper is a two piece wiper. Can not be bought at Walmart. One piece is bolted to the Jeep. The other section has the wiper attachted. You have to get this at the Jeep dealer or on line. The complete wiper assembly is about $38.00 or $17.00 for the wiper, with the broken tip. I have a 2006 Grand Cherokee and that happen to me also. Jeff
Yes you have to remove this cover. the arms have a clip thingy on the side I believe. if you genty pry the clip away from the arm then lift the arm a bit to hold the clip out near the base they should slip right off. this is true on a 94 yours should be the same.
At the base of the arm where it attaches to the drive stub, you should see a "L" tab made of stainless steel. that tab swings out, disengaging the arm. you then need to pull and wiggle the arm a bit to get it free from the stub. When you put it back on, make sure you swing the tab back in or the arm will fall off later.
The Jeep has steering idlers (short 7" arms) that eliminate wandering. Sounds like they are worn but FIRSTLY check that you have 4 identical tyre pressures as just one tyre front or back being low will give you the wandering sensation in a 4x4