Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
At the base of the arm where it attaches to the drive stub, you should see a "L" tab made of stainless steel. that tab swings out, disengaging the arm. you then need to pull and wiggle the arm a bit to get it free from the stub. When you put it back on, make sure you swing the tab back in or the arm will fall off later.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they make a special wiper arm tool used to remove the wiper arms. i have this tool and it is usually easier to do it the old fashioned way, remove the nut holding the wiper arm in place. grab a prybar and a hammer.pry on the arm of the wiper right below the nut you removed, tap on the stud to break the arm loose.. it might not come off right away but it will come you just have to work at it... make sure you are careful when prying around the window
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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