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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Front Wiper Blade Replacement

Windshield wiper blades should be inspected for wear or cracking. See Maintenance Schedule on page 11-3.

Replacement blades come in different types and are removed in different ways. For proper windshield wiper blade length and type, see Maintenance Replacement Parts on page 11-13.

Caution

Allowing the wiper arm to touch the windshield when no wiper blade is installed could damage the windshield. Any damage that occurs would not be covered by the vehicle warranty. Do not allow the wiper arm to touch the windshield.

To replace the windshield wiper blade:

  1. Pull the windshield wiper assembly away from the windshield.

Chevrolet Spark. Front Wiper Blade Replacement


  1. Press the button (2) in the middle of the wiper arm connector, and pull the wiper blade away from the arm connector (1).
  2. Remove the wiper blade.
  3. Reverse Steps 13 for wiper blade replacement.
Wiper Blade Replacement
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Rear Wiper Blade Replacement
Pull the wiper arm (1) a short distance away from the glass. Push the blade (2) away from the arm (1). Once the blade pin disengages from the wiper arm, remove the wiper blade by sliding ...

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