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has anyone removed their wiper blade arms? or have any idea how to want to remove mine and pain them

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Fig. 17: View Of Wiper Arm Nut & Cover
Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
1. Turn the ignition ON.
2. Turn the wiper switch to DELAY.
3. Turn the ignition OFF when the wiper arms are paused at the bottom of the wipe pattern.
4. Remove the wiper arm nut cover (1).
5. Remove the wiper arm nut (2).


Reinstall in reverse.

1. Install the wiper arms onto the wiper transmission pivot shaft.
2. Align the wiper blades ends to the alignment dots in the lower windshield blackout




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also you might need a special puller or something to pry on the arm with cuz they can get really stuck on that shaft
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Tool: J 39637

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Can't get a good picture of it.




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yep, that's what I'm talking about mike
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Hopefully the tool is not needed. It's a real costly mother.

Kent-Moore J-39637-A Puller, Wiper Arm

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also you might need a special puller or something to pry on the arm with cuz they can get really stuck on that shaft

thats what she said.
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Windshield repair people have a different tool for removing wiper blades, looks pretty simple and cheap. Try Harbor Freight tools.



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