GMC Terrain: Rear Wiper Blade Replacement - Wiper Blade Replacement - Vehicle Checks - Vehicle Care - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Rear Wiper Blade Replacement

The rear wiper blade and wiper arm have a cover for protection. The cover must be removed before the wiper blade can be replaced. To remove the cover:

1. Slide a plastic tool under the cover and push upward to unsnap.

1. Slide a plastic tool under the cover and push upward to unsnap.
2. Slide the cover towards the wiper blade tip to unhook it from the blade assembly.
3. Remove the cover.
4. After wiper blade replacement, ensure that cover hook slides into the slot in the blade assembly.
5. Snap the cover down to secure.

To remove the wiper blade:

1. Lift the wiper arm away from the windshield.

A. Wiper Arm

A. Wiper Arm
B. Release Lever
C. Blade Assembly

2. Push the release lever (B) to disengage the hook and push the wiper arm (A) out of the blade assembly (C).

3. Push the new blade assembly securely on the wiper arm until the release lever clicks into place.

4. Replace the wiper cover.

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