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You will need two new blades: a 24" blade for the driver side and a 19" blade for the passenger.
Start by popping up the blades on the Honda and leave them point up.
There is a simple hook that holds the blade in place. You will be able to get better leverage by turning the blade sideways.
Once you have loosened the hook's grasp on the blade slowly slide it off.
When pulling the blade off be sure to watch your thumbs it could easily cut you
The blade should come off smoothly and will be free once you get it past the blade's fin.
Slide the new blades notch into the wiper arms hook.
Pull the blade assembly away from the car to make sure that hook is locked in tightly.
Place the new wiper blades in the normal position (resting on the front windshield)
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Thanks I am so bad at these things
Don't buy new wipers! Go to Honda and buy new Honda inserts! They work well, and are cheap! I bought new wipers and they would not shape to my windshield! Had to buy everything all over again. Wiper arms and inserts. 6 bucks for 2. 2006 civic
8 months ago
Katie Smiley Doster
So this works on ANY honda? I got a '94 honda integra sedan
Usually pay someone at auto zone couple bucks thy do lol...
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