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Wiper arm how do i change a wiper arm on a 1998 Chevy Blazer?

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Lift the black cover located at the end of the wiper (at the cowl panel sort of hinges) use a 13mm socket to loosen the nut. pull the wiper up towards yourself WARNING spring loaded hold on to it!
Sort of wiggle it carfully off of the splined stud. I some times mark the wiper arm location on the window to make reinstall easier. Hope this helps

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