Wiper and Washer

Replacement Parts

Wiper and Washer

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What is a wiper and washer?

A wiper and washer is a combination of components that are used to keep your windshield clean and clear of debris. It includes a motor, wiper blades, washer fluid reservoir, and a washer pump. The motor moves the wiper blades across the windshield to remove dirt and debris, while the washer fluid is sprayed onto the windshield to help clear away stubborn dirt and grime.

How do I know if my wiper and washer is faulty?

If your wiper and washer is not working properly, you may notice any of the following symptoms:

  1. Windshield is not being properly cleared, even after using the washer fluid
  2. Wiper blades do not move or move too slowly
  3. Washer fluid does not spray or sprays weakly
  4. Motor makes strange or loud noises when operating

Can a faulty wiper and washer cause damage?

Yes, a faulty wiper and washer can cause damage to your windshield if it is not properly cleared of dirt and debris. In addition, a faulty wiper and washer motor can cause the motor to overheat, which can lead to further damage.

How do I replace my wiper and washer?

Replacing a wiper and washer is a relatively simple process. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable of your vehicle
  2. Remove the old wiper and washer components
  3. Install the new wiper and washer components
  4. Connect the new motor and wiper blades to the wiper and washer assembly
  5. Refill the washer fluid reservoir
  6. Reconnect the negative battery cable
  7. Test the new wiper and washer components to make sure they are working properly

How often should I inspect my wiper and washer?

It is recommended that you inspect your wiper and washer at least once every six months or whenever you notice any of the symptoms mentioned above.