Question about 1989 Jeep Comanche
Don't know how to remove old wiper blades
Usually they are a clip type, and you have to push some thing down, then slide it out, its actually usually pretty difficult to do, its to complicated to just describe, so you might have some one from like your local napa or schuucks help you out, but if all else fail, just break the old ones off without breaking the wiper arm, which isn't a difficult task do to the wiper being plastic, and the arm being metal, but since you have new ones it won't hurt to break the old ones.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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