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The 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan takes 28" wiper blades on both sides front and a
18" rear wiper. See related links below for more information.
Since there are over 22 different wiper arm attachments, do not buy wipers just
by length only - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle
make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures
correct length AND correct attachment.
The 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See related links below for installation videos.Also, purchase the replacement blades first and there will be additional instructions/illustrations on the replacement packages. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
If the wipers were buried under snow/ice or frozen to the windshield, you may have blown the red 10 amp fuse located in cavity 9 in the fuse block located on the bottom left side of the instrument panel near the parking brake pedal. In order of easiest to check: 1) ensure wipers not frozen to windshield. 2) ensure wiper arms are not loose on the pivot stud, 3) check the red 10 amp fuse. You stated that "you can hear the motor". Which motor do you hear? The engine or the wiper motor? If you hear the wiper motor, then the fuse is alright. Try 1) and 2) above. PT Stanley