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How do you remove the grill piece to get to the windshield wipers off?

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2005-09-13 23:41:15
2005-09-13 23:41:15

there are small screws/ bolts in the windshield wiper cowl(grill) all along the cowl that need to be taken out, then you need to pull up on the bottom of the wipers to get them off.

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