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CAn anyone tell me how to remove the wiper arm on my 1966 Chrysler New Yorker

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Double posted, read other post,.

Posted on Oct 20, 2013

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SOURCE: How to remove and replace the wiper blades on a 2006 BMW 325i.

My suggestion....go to Schuck's/Kragen?Chief's?Auto Zone....they will install them for FREE.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

SOURCE: I have a 1983 Chrysler new yorker I want to know to remove the windshield wiper arm?

if you want to remove the wiper arm, just move your wiper arms in standing position and remove the wiper nut cover. there you can now see the nut that is holding your wiper arm.

if you want to remove the whole wiper assembly, just remove the wiper assembly cover, from there you can already see the nuts and bolts to be removed.

Posted on May 17, 2012

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CAn anyone tell me how to remove the wiper arm on my 1966 Chrysler New Yorker


all cars. (arm lower end?)
if you see a nut there> bingo remove nut and some need generic puller to get it off . (cheap puller sold OTC everywhere)
if not , look for side clip.

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I have a 1983 Chrysler new yorker I want to know to remove the windshield wiper arm?


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if you want to remove the whole wiper assembly, just remove the wiper assembly cover, from there you can already see the nuts and bolts to be removed.

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  1. After you have removed the old wiper blade make sure to remove any adapter left behind on the actual wiper arm as the new blade should come with a multi use adapter.
  2. It should just be a bare metal rounded hook bar now.
  3. Now if there is not adapter on the new wiper blade then put the one provided on. Often times the wiper blade comes with this adapter already on the wiper blade.
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