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Rear Wiper Blade Replacement

I've been looking around so when the time comes to replace the rear wiper blade I will know what it is. I've checked Anco, Trico, Bosch, and Michelin; none of these brands list a rear wiper blade replacement. I did see on Ebay someone was selling the whole rear wiper assembly including the blade. Is that how to replace the blade by replacing the whole assembly?

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Id like to know this too for when the time comes. It seems rear wiper blades are tricky. Even with my old Kia Sportage, i could ONLY find a replacement through the dealership. Every auto parts store or car oil/service place told the same thing, "nope, we don't carry those". I can imagine with a brand new model like the Renegade, rear wipers will even be more of a golden egg.
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I've been looking around so when the time comes to replace the rear wiper blade I will know what it is. I've checked Anco, Trico, Bosch, and Michelin; none of these brands list a rear wiper blade replacement. I did see on Ebay someone was selling the whole rear wiper assembly including the blade. Is that how to replace the blade by replacing the whole assembly?
In the UK, the Bosch H240 Wiper Blade is available.
It is probably the same part.

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Yeah in the us, most any really stubby rear blade just isn't in various veondors' catalogs. I think because some of them use proprietary clips.


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Thanks syzygy. I just googled it and looked on Ebay real quick and all I saw were UK and German sites selling the H240 blade. When I have time I will look a little harder. Thanks again.
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I've been looking around so when the time comes to replace the rear wiper blade I will know what it is. I've checked Anco, Trico, Bosch, and Michelin; none of these brands list a rear wiper blade replacement. I did see on Ebay someone was selling the whole rear wiper assembly including the blade. Is that how to replace the blade by replacing the whole assembly?
I found the same size at Pep Boys but I'm having issues removing the old one. I took off the plastic cover to allow it to bend 90 degrees but couldn't get it to bend. Any suggestions?
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Jeep dealer should know, wouldn't one think?
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Here is a video showing exactly how to replace the "snap claw" type rear wiper. It looks like it is a 10", which of course is almost impossible to find outside of Mopar for around $30

https://www.rainx.com/installation-i...uction-content

I'm wondering if an 11" will fit. For $7 I'm going to order this and try for the hell of it. I don't need it yet, so I'll keep it in stock if it works.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/ANCO-AR-1...&wl13=&veh=sem


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Thanks for that video. Now we need to line up the engineers that came up that design and shoot them.

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Well, time to replace the rear wiper blade on my 2015 Trail Hawk due to the blade splitting. Checked out the video, looked simple enough. Removing the old wiper assembly has become a major obstacle for me as the wiper bushing has become frozen onto the shaft. Bushing appears to be conical shaped internally producing a tight press fit when snugged down by the retaining nut. Removing the wiper after 2 years, without damaging the shaft or whatever is behind the windshield, is a challenging task. has any one experienced this problem? I am thinking of grinding away enough of the outer plastic base to get a small gear puller jaw under the wiper bushing. At least this method wont place any stress on the shaft directly. Comments are welcome. Thanks.
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