Is it Time to Change Your Windshield Wiper Arm?
All windshield wiper arms have a hinge at the base that allows the arm to flex as it follows the curvature of the window. If the wiper skips over certain spots, even with a new blade, chances are the hinge is binding from corrosion. It’s most common on rear window wipers since they’re used less often.
What you’ll need to replace your windshield wiper arm:
- Socket/ratchet set
- Flat-blade screwdriver
Now you’re ready to get started!