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2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring rear wiper blade replacement. How to repace and the size of blade required.

Blades seem to only last maybe a year.

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How to replace rear window wipe on HYUNDAI 2011 ELANTRA TOURING

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you can only get a replacement wiper blade from a hyundai dealer .because the centre pin is thicker than a normal blade and when you get a replacement all you do it just hold the plastic rear wiper housing and pull the old wiper blade out then push the new on back home and your done
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Very wild guess. I replaced the bearings in my 2003, and was looking in my tool box. I came across a 1 1/4" socket that I purchased around the same time, but I realize that it should be the metric equivalent of this, so it probably did not fit perfectly. Metric conversion would be 31.75 mm.

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hi from uk to remove wiper blades? lift the wiper arm off screen to fully up then turn wiper blade upwards so as to make letter T then if you look at the horseshoe type bend on the arm? where blade fits you will see a little press clip which is part of the wiperblade fitting/securing ? to this blade u section just press clip in with finger and at same time push blade downwards out of the u part of arm then you can refit new blade/s the drivers and passenger wiper blades are different lengths when you fit new blades be sure the clip locks into place ? hope this is clear instructions to understand ?

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You may have to do some splicing.

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