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How do you change the rear wiperon this van? I changed the front with no problem, but the rear does not seem to have a hook on the arm.

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Correct it has a button that you have to press and it slides off , look on the blade you will see two little tabs that you need to press to replace the wiper blade.

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SOURCE: Can't remove rear wiper to replace on 96 caravan

Lift wiper arm from rear window. then release latch that holds the blade to the wiper arm.( It's small tab)

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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