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the nozzles just snap in from the top.... you first pop the cover at the pivot point of the wiper arm to access the nut. remove said nut. remove the wiper arms (a puller is very useful to avoid damage) , then Remove the air inlet grille panel (held in with pushpins and small 1/4in or 9/32in bolts. disconnect the hoses and squeeze the two tabs that hold them in. because they snap in from the top, i have seen people crush and brake their old nozzles with needle nose pliers. pull the hose through the hole and attach it to the new nozzle...... NOT the recommended procedure, rent or buy a puller that looks like a small two jaw gear puller to save yourself a big headache (mine was only $45). good luck
The 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer has the most common hook-end wiper arms. 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.
To remove the wiper arm of your pontiac g6, take a close look of the wiper arm, check the lower end and you will see a plastic cover covering the bottom part, you will have to apply force in pulling it up then you unscrew the screw that is holding the wiper down, then you lift off the wiper arm.
Follow these steps:
Align the rubber claw channel on the sides of the wiper blade element with the wiper blade claws in the wiper arm.
Slide the blade element into the arm. Guide the element through each
set of claws on the arm until the element snaps into place in the arm
Position the blade with the element facing up. Insert the hooked end of
the wiper arm into the opening in the middle of the blade. Hook the end
of the arm over the pin inside the blade and push it in securely until
it snaps into place.
Flip the blade around so the wiper element is facing the windshield and
lower the wiper arm until the blade element lays fully against the
Me again. After looking at the blade for 15 minutes or so I did the following. Remove the wiper blade from vehicle (makes it easier to work on). There is a little tab under the blade near the end of the wiper blade arm. Press it and slide/pull the wiper blade toward you. Now when you look at the wiper it seems like its a sealed unit. Check the ends and you will see the rubber is flexibe enough to allow you to slid the "wiper" out ot the blade. You can get the replacement refill (the wiper) or a replacement wiper blade (the whole unit) from the Nissan dealer. Take the refill and slide into the blade assembly. Take your time. You might have to straighten the blade a little so that the refile lines up with the holding tabs in the blade. Looks impossible, but once you've done it you'll be surprised how simple it was to do......****
there is a clip under the center of the blade itself push in on that and slide wiper off the armature replace simply by installing it the same way you removed the old ones they will click into lock by itself
How to Replace Wiper Blades Guide: Potential tools needed to replace wiper blades:
Flat blade screwdriver (small)
Small nosed pliers
Latex or vinyl gloves
To replace wiper blades the actual action of replacing the blade is no big deal, it's the location of the blade down below the hood that can make it difficult though. Sometimes it helps to open the hood to gain access to the wiper blades. Other times it is helpful if the wiper blade is somewhere in the motion line of wiper action. The trick is to get the wiper to stop somewhere in the wiper arc. Turn the wipers to the on position and allow the wipers to start, and then shut the key off when the wiper has arrived in a desirable position on the windshield. To replace your wiper blades please follow the step by step instruction below. Also, watch the How to replace wiper blades video below to gain additional information. The method in which the wiper blades are attached will vary slightly.
Step 1: With the hood closed, turn the wipers on, when the wipers are in the middle of their arc turn the key to the off position. (Note: if this can't be done because of wiper condition and you want to avoid scratching the windshield please open your hood to gain access)
Step 2: Locate the mounting clips at the top pivot on the wiper blade
Step 3: Release the clip and remove the wiper arm
Step 4: Match the size of the old blade against the new blade to ensure proper fit and operation
Step 5: Reinstall the new wiper blade and recheck wiper operation
Make sure the wiper blades are the same size as the original blades.
When replacing wiper blades not getting the blade on the mounting pin completely allowing the wiper arm to become dislodged and possibly causing damage to the windshield.
Using wiper blades after the blade has failed permanently damaging the windshield by craving scratches in the wiper arc.
Wiper blade can create a chattering noise when the blade is not properly balanced allowing the blade to "flop" back and forth as the wiper direction changes.
I hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.
The arms are released by holding the wiper blade fully extended away from the winshield and wiggle the arms off.
The blades are removed by a little tab where the blade hooks to the arm,using a small screwdriver push down on tab,and slide blade off arm but do not let arm slap windshield as it could crack it,I have seen people pull and the blades suddenly come off and the arm slaps down,yor can put a towel or cloth down where the arm sits against the windshield to prevent the possibilty of the arm slapping down.
usually they are a clip type, and you have to push some thing down, then slide it out, its actually usually pretty difficult to do, its to complicated to just describe, so you might have some one from like your local napa or schuucks help you out, but if all else fail, just break the old ones off without breaking the wiper arm, which isn't a difficult task do to the wiper being plastic, and the arm being metal, but since you have new ones it won't hurt to break the old ones.