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how do you keep your wipers from freezing?

Re: how do you keep your wipers from freezing?

Postby bradman0087 [OP] » Jan 24 2012, 11:03pm

upon further investigation they do not hit the hood they hit a stop that is manufactered into the wiper arm.. just a bad design
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Re: how do you keep your wipers from freezing?

Postby MKivSupra » Jan 25 2012, 7:03am

i dont know if this is a canadian thing or a slt option but mine have heated fluid and upon command starting i see fluid in the snow under the wipers. -45c in winnipeg the other night and not a problem the next morning. I was under the impression it shoots out the heated fluid onto the wiper blades when warming up.

works for me anyways
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