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Wipers how do you get into where you change the windsheild wiper motor?? i can not get the wiper itsself off??? HELP!!!!

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If your just changing the wiper blades, turn the wipers on and when they get to the top, take the key out. They dont move back much but its enough to change them. If you want to take the arms off, lift the hood up and use a 13mm socket or wrench to loosen the nut and then wiggle the arm off. If you need to change the motor, unclip the black molding that the wiper arms are on and you have full access to the motor.

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