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To remove front plastic cover in engine bay I need to remove the windscreen wiper arms. I have undone the holding nut but the arms remain fixed. How do I loosen them?

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It really is as simple as pullin them off they always get stuck on jus keep trying it will come of evenyually also sum times helps to wiggle the arms as you pull sorry couldnt be of more help

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