Everblades Heated Windshield Wiper Blades
- Bending or twisting any portion of the wiper blades may cause damage and poor wiping.
- Keep wires from sharp edges in all steps.
- Most customers purchase complete blade assemblies, making the replacement process even quicker and easier. You can skip steps 1,3,4,5 and part of 7!
- Remove black ties securing the wires to the wiper blade structure holder by cutting them.
- Unplug wire connector plugs (one on each end of individual blade = 4 connectors)
- Pull the wire connectors apart using one hand on both ends of the connector.
- (You have to slip your fingernails under the little ears on the connectors so that they will release.)
- Squeeze the end of the clip (found at one end of the wiper blade) in order to allow the clip to be pulled straight out.
- Remove old wiper blade and metal strip.
- Insert the metal strip on the NEW blade onto the blade holder until the clip SNAPS.
- Slide it onto one end of the blade holder and work it through all the claws that hold the metal strip in place.
- The refill should not pull off once the clip SNAPS.
- Reconnect each of the 4 wire connectors (two per windshield wiper).
- Use the black ties (supplied with refills) to secure the wires to the blade structure and wiper arm. CAUTION: Do NOT restrict the wire or the blade action by pulling the wire taught.
If you purchase a complete blade assembly you can skip steps 1,3,4,5 and part of 7. Instead, you just remove the entire assembly from the wiper arm and replace it.
- Turn wiper heater switch ON to make sure wiper blades heat.
- If they DON’T heat — recheck your connections at all points.
- If no heat in a few minutes, check fuses and connections.
- Make sure both grounds are GOOD.
- If they DO heat — you have been successful!
- You could sing or hum “I Can See Clearly Now” by Johnny Nash!
Please call us if you have any questions or problems - 1-800-746-0428