Question about Honda Odyssey
WIper arm hangs down does not cycle
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your wiper arm has an interference fit which means it is essentially pressed on. The best way to remove it is to buy a wiper arm puller, which will have two arms that fit underneath the arm and a bolt that will push on the wiper post, they are pretty slick it should pop right off. Any auto parts store should be able to furnish you with the tool. If you're not going to use it alot, you might call your dealership (or friend with lots of tools) and see if they will pop it off for you.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: replace rear wiper arm
there is a cover at the base lift it up and then you have a nut. 10mm remove this and pull off the arm. sometime they get stuck and you will have to pry it up.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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