Here's a little trick you can try. The next time you go
to the dealer, go to parts and buy the wiper blades. Bring them out to
the service writer and ask if someone can put them on for you. They
will usually do this for free. This will allow you to watch how it's
For now, lift the wiper arm off the windshield. You
should see a tab in the middle of the wiper that when pushed, releases
it from the arm. Once you have the blade in your hand it's usually just
a matter of sliding the old rubber piece out and putting the new one
in. If you have a blade that has the two thin metal guides inside the
rubber blade, make sure you see how they're installed, because you'll
need to put them in the new rubber piece before you install it. Make
sure that you put the rubber blade in and pull it so the notch in the
end clicks into place. This way the wiper blade will not come out.
Good luck, hope this helps.
〉 Answered on Mar 20th, 2007 by Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines