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2012 Ford Edge Limited 4dr AWD

2012 Ford Edge
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All Wheel Drive, Sport Utility, 4WD Sport Utility Vehicle
18 (2011) mpg city / 25 (2011) mpg hwy
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October 28, 2008, 8:03 am


Question: I am replacing the whole arm of the rear windshield wiper.

I am replacing the whole arm of the rear windshield wiper. I removed the nut that holds it down, but it is stuck on there pretty tight. Is there a special tool to be used to pull it, or do i just need to use more strength. I was afraid to apply too much pressure on pulling it, if there is a special way to remove it.

October 29, 2008, 1:01 pm

Armen R

No special tools for that some it takes some moving to take it off. play with it move it left and right you can try to use rubber malet tap it lightly.

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