I don't know if you're Lincoln wiper arms are the same as those on my 1994 Ford F-150 but I too have been searching the Web looking for help on how to remove them. I have the owner�s manual and it was no help at all. I finally gave up looking for help and played around with my wiper arms long enough to learn that at the base of the arm, where it attaches to the shaft coming through the cowl, there is a clip. If you pull the arm away from the windshield and pull the clip out and then while slowly lowering the wiper arm and holding the clip out, it will lock onto the arm holding the arm and blade away from the windshield. At the same time, the clip is held away from the wiper shaft making it possible to easily remove the wiper arm. Good luck, Rich
IT worked on a 98 Grand Marue Too,, Thanks for the information RDomke@Comcast.net
How do you remove the wiper arms on 2001 Lincoln LS
Remove plastic cap. Remove nut. Pry up wiper arm.....
you just pick up the wiper arm
A wiper arm on a 2001 Honda Civic is screwed on. To remove it unscrew the mounting hardware and take off the wiper arm.
Remove the wiper arm retaining clip. The retaining clip will be just below the wiper arm connection. Hold the retaining clip in and the wiper arm will come off.
# Raise the rear wiper arm finish cap to expose the wiper arm nut. # Remove the rear wiper arm nut (1). # Lift the rear wiper arm assembly (2) away from the rear window and remove the wiper arm from the pivot shaft. The cap tilts up toward the arm
To remove the spring loaded wiper arm you have to first of all to unscrew the screws. After the screws have been removed, the spring loaded wiper arm can then be removed.
look at the half circle clip on the side of wiper arm. lift the wiper arm and pull the clip out as far as it goes the wiper arm should rest on the clip and now be "locked" up in the air . now you should be able to remove the wiper arm
You can remove the 2005 Ford Explorer rear wiper arm by removing the retaining clip. The retaining clip is just below the wiper arm connection.
You don't have to remove wiper arm. The wiper blade will slide out, It has a clicker in the center of the blade that you have to slide it out. Look at it very carefully
To remove the wiper arm, first remove the wiper blade. After the blade is removed, lift the arm just slightly to clear the tab protruding from the side of the arm. Pull the tab out after it ckears the arm and then pull the arm off the hub.
MOST GM wiper arms remove the same way; lift the wiper arm so that it is at a 90 degree angle to the window, it should stay there. At the base of the arm there should be a little piece of metal that sticks out just enough to get a screwdriver between it and the rest of the arm. Pry the metal away and it should pivot out of the slot that holds the wiper arm in place. Once the retainer is moved, the wiper arm should pull straight off of the shaft.