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SOURCE: 2006 trailblazer washer wiper nozzle removal

This is how to replace the front washer nozzles. First, mark the location of each wiper blade on the windshield with masking tape. Next, you need to remove the windshield wiper arms from their shafts. Raise the plastic cover at the base of each wiper arm. Remove the nuts from the shafts. The arms are press fit onto the tapered shafts. You will need to rock the arms or use something to pry up on the arms to get them to release from the shafts. I usually place a block of wood down, to prevent damage to the paint, then use a "cats paw" style pry bar to remove the arms. Once the arms are removed, you need to remove the black plastic air inlet grill. The nozzles are mounted to this black plastic grill. Remove the rubber hoses from the nozzles. Using a pair of pliers, squeeze the two locking tabs which hold each nozzle in place. Push up and remove the nozzles.
During reassembly, you must be careful to properly orient the wiper arms back onto their shafts. Orient the arms so that the blades are located at the masking tape locations you made at the start.

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