How to Replace Rear Wiper Arm 07-14 Chevy Suburban

How to Replace Rear Wiper Arm 07-14 Chevy Suburban

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace a broken or loose rear wiper arm. The video is applicable to the 09 Chevy Suburban

🔧 List of tools used:
• 13mm Wrench
• 1/4 Inch Wrench
• Rust Penetrant

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TralfazConstruction says:

That 'snap' sound at 1:35 is all the proof you need that you'll have to use a puller. Thank you for this clear tutorial.

YouSurf says:

you mean for my 2012, I need a complete arm and not just a replacement blade>? Damn Chevy.
Also, reinstall, why not some LITHIUM grease or Nev-R-Sieze on the spline and on the threads?

Kille hoitaa says:

Thanks. This helps alot. Gonna do this soon on my 2008 Escalade. Greetings from Finland!

Glen says:

You’re a huge lifesaver ♥️

Jose Humberto Trejo says:

Awesome good video

Chad McC says:

I used a rod joint/ball joint puller.

Paul Ramos says:

That ding on the right side is killing me

E-Rock 2020 says:

The puller model is called a Tie Rod Puller.

Reddylion says:

Good from Hindustan India.

Nick Skuteris says:

What is the technical name for the piece of equipment used to pull the wiper assembly off of the threaded bolt?

J PP says:

Puller set up?

David G says:

Pull the nut cap off or up so you can pull the blade away from the window when changing the blade only. Much less chance of breaking the blade fastener.

Cam Mims says:

Thanks for this Video, my 07 Yukon Denali XL Back wiper stopped working. Easy enough fix!

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