Question about 1998 Toyota Celica
I tell you a quick solution everybody think its easy to change wiper and yes it is when you change them as often as me every day people come to where i work and i install them no charge you have to lift the little locking clip on the wiper and you got rust with that sometime you simply hit the wiper and the clip break the easyess way .pierre
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
With the wipers at rest, mark their positions on the windshield with a piece of tape or a grease pencil. Remove the small cap on the shaft end of the windshield wipers, just pry it off with a small screwdriver. Then wiggle and pull the wiper arms until they come loose. There are some small clips on the forward edge of the plastic cowl, just pull them forward. Then there are 2 TORX screws, one at each end of the cowl under that rubber flap. Now remove the cowl and set it somewhere you won't step on it. Unplug the electrical connector from the wiper motor and disconnect the linkage. Then you can unbolt the motor and remove it.
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