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When replacing windshield wiper blades, it’s important to initially determine if the blades are pushed on or clipped on. Replace windshield wiper blades, and be sure to get the proper size blades, with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repair and diagnostics. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for the past 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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5 Responses to “Auto Repair & Diagnostics : How to Replace Windshield Wiper Blades”

  1. calvord99 says:

    Very clear and understandable. Excellent tip to protect the windshield. A zoom-in to show removal of wiper would be good.

  2. RATHIIIT says:

    thank you! that helps

  3. adamhutch says:

    Wow… thanks so much for this video!! I tried and tried forever this morning to get my new windshield wipers installed.

  4. cundinamarca1 says:

    Wow… thanks so much for this video!! I tried and tried forever? this morning to get my new windshield wipers installed. 3

  5. Brian@windshield wipers says:

    Sounds like some have done a heap of different tests on a heap of different blades in just about every type of weather condition.
    While the various new blades coming to market are becoming a little more technically intelligent I personally still have a great problem with the thought of paying quite so much for this new technology at all. Even up until this day, it has been expected of us to think it’s okay to simply wait until our wiper blades (very quickly) show signs of wear through smearing, juddering or squeaking and then we should simply toss them out and buy a new set. Have you noticed that no new wiper blade sets have instructions on how to make them last a lot longer? How to not stick to frosty windscreens? How to soften them if they get brittle? Are there any parts that can be recycled? Are the suppliers trying to make them last or help the ecology? Of course not. They want you to spend and spend hard. However, they now have another problem don’t they?

    Happily I recently came across a small tool that is able to RENOVATE the working surface of most blades by producing a fresh sharp edge where needed. If you have a look at you will see a very efficient little tool that works wet or dry, doesn’t rust, has no moving parts and can resurface in less than 60 seconds easily. Best of all, I will now be able to get about 6 times the normal life expectancy from my wiper blades before I need a new set, which to me means the current set I bought will eventually only cost me about $2.50 per expected life.

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