Question about Mitsubishi Outlander
These are available at the dealership. There is one way though. You can get a 21" RAIN X wiper and i just cut it down to size. The grooves on a RAIN X will fit up to your rear wiper. As far as replacing it although it looks more difficult at first glance it it every bit as simple as the front wiper blades. It's a simple pop off. You can also just change rubber wiper and leave the actual blade alone. the rear is a mini blade style (this refers to the size of the rubber insert in the blade, not the actual whole blade being small.) You can replace the rubber using an Amcor blade or any "mini" blade. Puchase the biggest one they have, take out the rubber wiper and just cut to size. You can change the rubber many times off of one blade thus saving you a bunch of money.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: c hange rear blade 2008 gmc
At the mounting area of the blade to the rotating wiper arm is a tab that has to be pushed in and held to remove the wiper blade. The tab will be on the wiper blade's center housing ansd is very small to see
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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