Weather, insects, debris -- it all hits your windshield sooner or later. During a drive, that kind of crud can obscure your view of the road. Luckily, your OEM windshield wiper blades are there to help sweep it all away. Windshield wiper arms are different from wiper blades, though. The arms are the pivoting pieces that hold the blades, and they're motorized, incorporating either an electric or pneumatic motor. Most vehicles today have an electric wiper motor. A pneumatic wiper motor, you're more likely to find in older cars and trucks. Factor in a windshield washer system with a washer pump, and the clearing gets easier, usually with help from either water or washer fluid.
When Should I Change a Wiper Blade?
Look for the symptoms they're bad. They include:
- Bent or broken frames
- Cracked rubber
- Squeaking noises during operation
- Streaking left behind after wiping
- Blade detachment because of failing adhesive
When it's time to buy new ones online, you can order genuine Mopar wiper blades from our auto parts counter. We've got the best options in stock, straight from your brand and made to fit your model. Order today and we'll ship post haste, so you can get them put on in no time!
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