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Where do I buy a rear wiper blade refill for a 06 suzuki forenza ?

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Most wipers are replaced with the entire blade and holder assembly, and many no longer facilitate blade itself replacement. It is worth it, as the arm and spring wear, over time.
The entire blade and holder easily separate from the arm and the new one clicks right in.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

  • john_scotti Mar 26, 2011

    The wiper sits in a plastic case and it doesn't appear to be screwed in. Do I just force it out of the case ?

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