WIPER BLADES

As a part of your regular maintenance routine, you, or your Certified Service expert should make a thorough inspection of your vehicle’s wiper blades. Your Certified Service expert can check your windshield wipers and rear wiper blades as part of the Multi-Point Vehicle Inspection.

Should you need new wipers, your Certified Service experts can recommend a variety of wiper blades to suit your needs.


TYPES OF WIPER BLADES

Conventional wiper blades have a limited number of pressure points against the length of the blade.

Conventional Wiper Blades

Advantage All-Season metal wiper blades are good replacement standard blades for value-conscious occasional drivers. Coating on the rubber helps reduce streaking, friction and noise and pre-installed universal adapters fit most wiper arms directly making installation easy.

Performance wiper blades offer high-strength steel construction with easy fit assembly. They possess corrosion-resistant epoxy coatings and the blade material is made from a natural rubber, which helps reduce streaking, friction and noise.

Beam blades contour to the shape of the windshield and exert pressure points across the length of the blade.

Beam Wiper Blades

Beam wiper blades offer an innovative curved frameless design that helps conform to the shape of your windshield and to provide constant pressure for a uniform wipe. A natural and synthetic blended rubber compound on the wiper material enhances wiping performance and durability in all weather conditions and the aerodynamic design helps reduce wind lift.

Winter wiper blades are made to be stronger and with rubber boots to help prevent snow and ice build-up.

Winter Wiper Blades

Winter Wiper Blades are available in either a Conventional style or Beam Blade Style.

The Winter Beam Wiper Blade is a specialty blade and includes rubber boots to help prevent snow and ice build-up and a riveted steel superstructure for strength and durability.


If you haven’t replaced your wiper blades in the past six months, visit your dealership and speak with one of our Certified Service experts. They can walk you through your choices and install the right set for your vehicle.

If your wiper blades are worn, you may notice that they:

  • Leave streaks or miss sections of your windshield
  • Leave a haze behind, blurring vision
  • Skip across the windshield caused by a curve in the rubber
  • Lift off due to deterioration in the wiper arm
  • Squeak because of worn blade edges caused by excessive friction
  • Cause windshield scoring in extreme cases, where the wiper has deteriorated
     

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