Headlight Wiper Arms

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What is a headlight wiper arm?

A headlight wiper arm is the mechanism that connects the wiper blade to the wiper motor. It has a metal arm and a plastic arm that moves the wiper blade back and forth across the headlight.

What is the purpose of a headlight wiper arm?

The purpose of a headlight wiper arm is to help keep your headlights clean by removing dirt, debris, and other contaminants. This helps improve visibility and extends the life of your headlights.

How do I know if my headlight wiper arm is faulty?

If your headlight wiper arm is faulty, you may notice skipping or uneven wiping from the wiper blade, or hear a grinding or squeaking sound when the wiper is in motion.

Can a faulty headlight wiper arm cause damage?

Yes, a faulty headlight wiper arm can cause damage to your headlight and/or the wiper blade itself.

How do I replace a headlight wiper arm?

To replace a headlight wiper arm, follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect the wiper blade arm from the wiper motor.
  2. Remove the headlight wiper arm from the headlight assembly.
  3. Install the new headlight wiper arm in the headlight assembly.
  4. Connect the wiper blade arm to the wiper motor.

How often should I inspect my headlight wiper arm?

It is recommended that you inspect your headlight wiper arm every 6 months or 10,000 miles, whichever comes first.