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How do you remove and replace the vent inlet over the wipers of a 2016 Chev Cruze?

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Open hood ,chek below vent for screws .

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  5. Remove the brackets from the wiper motor crank arm.
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  2. Install the three bolts. Tighten Tighten the three bolts to 7 N.m (62 lb in) .
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Remove the air inlet screen retaining bolts/screws ...


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... then remove the air inlet screen


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View of the transmission drive link separated from the crank arm

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