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How do I replace a rear wiper arm on a Audi Q7

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LOOSEN AND REMOVE WIPER ARM NUT.THEN REMOVE WIPER ARM BY ROCKING MOTION SHOULD COME OFF.

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Removing rear wiper on your audi q7 4.2 can be pretty tricky. i suggest u purchase a set of wipers first and then your car to a dealer. dealer's will charge you more for the wipers.

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SOURCE: The wiper arm is not conacting the rear window -1994 Audi CS 100

the arm is probalby just stuck. apply penetrating oil, give it a few taps, tapping will help distribute the oil, leave it sit for awhile and pry it off. repeat a few times if necessary. make sure you are pulling the arm straight off and not at an angle

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i would try the dealer, it may also be on eBay. Good Luck Tim

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

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