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Jeep Liberty Rear Wiper Blade

My wifes Jeep Liberty has a rear wiper blade that seems to lock in the down position not allowing the arm to be moved even slightly in order to get your fingers to the lock that releases the blade. Do you know if there is a way to override it so I can fold open the arm and change the blade?

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    The rear wiper gets stuck the motor runs and the wiper moves but I have to manually place the wiper on the class cause it gets stuck at the bottom

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    can not get the rear wiper arm to lock into place

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You should be able to raise it just enough to disengage it from the park ramp according to jeep...if that doesnt work try turning it on then shutting key off in mid stride

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