Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
Most all wiper arms are attached with a very tight fitting spline.
This is kinda like a toothed gear (not a gear) but with really small teeth. What's needed is to apply equal pressure (lifting) on either side to pull it up in a straight line.
I don't know an easy way. I usually use two wide flat blade screwdrivers and try to lever it up on both sides. Tape some small peices of wood or somthing to protect the car, right next to it.
If you have room to get under it, you could use a small puller.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
Had the same problem, i took a thin Channellock Tongue-And-Groove pliers and pryed out under the bolt assembly, with alot of WD-40 after 3 min it came off finaly, lost salt and corrosion kept it there
Posted on Mar 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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