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Re: don't know how to replace the wiper blade for honda...
Hi from uk have come up against this problem on hondas and if you wish ? you can replace the wiper rubbers as i have done by going to halfords or other motor supermart and purchase the rubber/blades either same length or longer ? then remove the steel blades from each side of the rubbers on wipers by pulling from bottom whilst flexing the wiper clear ok? then pull out the rubberblade with patience you can easily feed new rubber into w/blade /make sure you insert right way ie there is a notch in rubber that goes to top look carefully ? then re fit steel blades one at a time into grooves in rubber making sure the top locates into notch in rubber job done ! and huge saving on having to buy complete arms and blade in uk rubbers approx £4 a pair ps if you get the longer rubber you can cut to same size as old b4 fitting hope this helps ?
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Hello henryk252: My name is Roger and I will help you.You did not say for sure what you needed. But the wiper blades are available from local part stores. The driver side wiper ia a C-24-BB (anco) and the passenger side blade is a C-21-BB (anco). If it was a wiper motor number? The part number for a part manufactured by the company A-1. There part number is 40-1071 and should be available from any parts store. This may be a special order part however. You can also obtain a new motor from the local dealership. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger.
(NOTE) Anco is a trademark name.
Make sure you are sliding them all the way back and they should clip and lock, some of these anco blades are cheap and wont lock on they just slide back off, maybe try another brand, heres some picture to show you , hope this helps,
I believe the blade is the same as my F-250, according to the manual. Pull the wiper away from the windshield, then push on either end of the blade, follow blade to pivot point at center, where blade pivots back and forth on wiper arm (wiper arm will not be moving as you do this). You need to push towards the windshield at this pivot point to push in on the wiper arm and out on the blade assembly to pop the round end of the wiper arm out of the hole in the blade assembly. Look at the new blade to see where this attaches. The new one should snap on to the arm when u squeeze the wiper arm to the blade. I prefer Exact Fit brand, as they seem to fit well. If u purchase at autozone, or advanced auto parts, they will install them for free.