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How do i change the rear window wiper blade on my 2014 nissan note hatchback

I can take off the 10 mm nut but the wiper will not pull off easily. H ow mucy fore do i need without brearking it or is there some trick to getting this done right?

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SOURCE: How to change wiper blades on 2007 Nissan Altima

Most wiper blades are replaced the same way as on this video. I have a 2006 Altima and it is.

Make sure you have the correct size wipers. You have 2 different sizes (lengths) so use the manual where you buy them and get the right ones.

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Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you replace the rear window wiper on a 2006

Sure, you have to remove the outer blade by moving the plastic cover off of the mount location & then remove the nut. You'll need to remove the door trim panel once the back door is open, once removed you'll see the harness leading to the motor & the mounting bolts. once removed, it's a straight pull out & you are done. To remove the back door trim, you'll need to gently pry out the 2 lights with a padded flat screwdriver & disconnect the plug-in connector, push in on the little buttons at the bottom of the door and then pry the 1/2 " push in plugs out, (these are all reusable) remove the handle/grip by gently prying & the panel will more or less "pop" out of the holders. It's a push fit once the bottom retainers are removed. Good Luck

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: wiper blade motor runs but blades do not work

you have broken the gears in wiper transmission

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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SOURCE: Remone rear wiper blade 2006 nissan murano

You need to first remove the plastic cover (it just snaps on at the base & lifts upward) that hides the 10mm nut. Remove the nut & wiggle the arm a bit to remove. then you'll need to flip the wiper blade assy until the opening in it allows removal.

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Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: How do I change wiper blades on 2001 nissan

I couldn't find instructions specific to your make and model and year for installing windshield wiper blades online or on my online resource.

Try getting Autozone and Advance Auto or Walmart to install for 'free' if you purchase them there, if you can't install them yourself.

What about the package directions are indecipherable?

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

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