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Mitsubishi Outlander: Wiper blade rubber replacement

Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual / Maintenance / Wiper blade rubber replacement

Windscreen wiper blades

1. Lift the wiper arm off the windscreen.

1. Lift the wiper arm off the windscreen.

2. Pull the wiper blade until its stopper (A) disengages from the hook (B). Pull the wiper blade further to remove it.

NOTE:

● Do not let the wiper arm drop onto the windscreen. This could damage the glass.

3. Attach the retainers (C) to a new wiper blade.

Refer to the illustration to ensure that the retainers are correctly aligned as you attach them.

4. Insert the wiper blade into the arm, starting with the opposite end of the

4. Insert the wiper blade into the arm, starting with the opposite end of the blade from the stopper. Make sure the hook (B) is fitted correctly in the grooves in the blade.

NOTE:

● If a retainer is not supplied with the new wiper blade, use the retainer from the old blade.

5. Push the wiper blade until the hook (B) engages securely with the stopper

5. Push the wiper blade until the hook (B) engages securely with the stopper (A).

Rear window wiper blades

1. Lift the wiper arm off the window glass.

1. Lift the wiper arm off the window glass.

2. Pull the wiper blade downward to disengage it from the stopper (A) at the end of the wiper arm. Pull the wiper blade further to remove it.

3. Slide a new wiper blade through the hook (B) on the wiper arm.

NOTE:

● Do not allow the wiper arm to fall onto the windows glass;

it could damage the glass.

4. Firmly insert the retainer (C) into the groove (D) in the wiper blade.

4. Firmly insert the retainer (C) into the groove (D) in the wiper blade.

Refer to the illustration to ensure that the retainers are correctly aligned as you insert them into the groove.

NOTE:

● If a retainer is not supplied with the new wiper blade, use the retainer from the old blade.

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