Find out the size of a car's windshield wiper blades by using a blade sizing tool on sites such as Wipers123.com, RainX.com or TricoProducts.com, as of 2015. Each site allows users to select a car's make and model from a... More »

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A chart of ANCO wiper blades is available at ANCOWipers.com. This website features a Find My Blades section that provides the correct ANCO wiper blades for any vehicle. Site visitors can enter whether the vehicle is comm... More »

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Conventional Goodyear windshield wiper blades are typically available in sizes ranging from 11 to 28 inches for passenger vehicles and 20 to 40 inches for fleet-size trucks, buses and recreational vehicles. Rear windshie... More »

To determine the size of a car's windshield wipers, measure the length of both blades using a measuring tape or ruler, or check the car's manual for specifications. It is normal for one blade to be smaller or larger than... More »

To determine the windshield wiper blade size for your car, refer to the owner's manual, or measure the size of the wiper blades using a measuring tape. Alternatively, access the Rain-X website or the website of a wiper m... More »

To install wiper blades, remove the old blades, line up one of the new blades with the first arm, and hook the new blade into the clip. Repeat this process on the other side. More »

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While there are several problems that lead to windshield wiper chatter, Popular Science reports one of the most common is a bent wiper blade causing the blades to strike the windshield at something other than a 90 degree... More »