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Old 06-10-2012, 12:02 PM   #1
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Removal of wiper arms

I took nut off of wiper arms, but arm will not come off????
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take a flathead and slowly pry it up. it deos come off just kinda tough. i had to take mine off the passenger side and put it on the driver bc some dumb a$$ stole mine while at work .
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gee....what a nice guy that was. Might want to tag on the underside in case he does that again....ever find him...you can prove it.
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Thanks Corey. I was afraid of that..
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np man . and i have no clue who did it. but i had not had the car but 2 days when they did it.
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Re: Removal of wiper arms

jea...Ford installs them on there pretty good....have always been a pain to remove. Just put a rag or towel on the surface before you start prying with that screwdriver...
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true. lol forgot to tell that part
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Re: Removal of wiper arms

I figured out a simple way to remove the wiper arms on my 2012 Mustang, without buying a special tool. Put towels all around where you are working and even under the wiper arm near the shaft. Put a long wrench under the arm and put a roll of tape or something under the wrench to put upward force on the arm. Tap top of shaft where nut was and they pop off!
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