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Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2012 Cadillac CTS
Today on this 2012 Cadillac CTS, we're going to do a test fit of the Rain-X windshield wiper blades. This is their Weatherbeater Windshield Wiper Blades. We're working with part number RX30222. A few things to know about the wiper blades is that they have a galvanized steel construction, it has a frame style design with multiple pressure points to help keep it against the windshield and the rubber squeegee also has built in UV inhibitors to help protect it from the sunlight. To start off our test fit, we'll go ahead and remove the original wiper blade. There's a small tab on the original wiper blade that we pull up, so we can release it from the arm. With the wiper away from the arm, you can see this is a J style arm.
Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2011 Toyota Corolla
Today and it's 2011 Toyota Corolla. We're going to do a test with part number RX5079281, from Rain-X. This is their latitude windshield wiper blade. A few things to know about this part is that it is constructed from a beam-style construction, which gives it even pressure all the way across the blade. It has an aerodynamic shape to help keep it against the windshield during high speed. It also has UV inhibitors to help protect it from the sunlight. We'll start off our test today by removing the original blades.
Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2007 Toyota Avalon
All right today, on this 2007 Toyota Avalon, we're going to install part number RX5079281 for Rain-X. This is a Rain-X Latitude Windshield Wiper Blade. For our passenger side, that is a shorter wiper blade and a different part number RX5079277. Here are things to know about this wiper blade. It has a beam-style construction that applies uniform pressure across the entire length of the blade. The rubber squeegee is built-in with UV inhibitors to help protect it from the sunlight. The design of the wiper blade is aerodynamic to help reduce wind drag and help keep the windshield wiper blade on the windshield at high speeds. To start off, we need to go ahead and remove the pre-existing blades on our car.
Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2013 Kia Rio
Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2001 Ford Ranger
Rain X Windshield Wiper Blades Review - 2013 Ford Taurus
Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2012 Nissan Altima
Today on this 2012 Nissan Altima, we're going to do a test fit of the part number RX5079282, from Rain-X. This latitude windshield wiper blade. A couple of other things to know, this is a beam style design that gives you constant contact to the windshield and the wiper blade itself has built in UV inhibitors to help protect it from the sunlight. Also it has an aerodynamic shape to help hold it against the windshield while driving down the road. Okay, the first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove the original wiper blade. Typically there's a small tab that you have to push up to click release it from the arm. We'll push up on this little tap and go ahead and pull gently away from the arm.
Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2001 Ford Ranger
Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2013 Honda Fit
Today on our 2013 Honda Fit, we'll show you how to install the Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades. We'll be using the 28-inch blade on the driver's side, part number RX30228, and the 14-inch blade over on the passenger's side, part number RX30214. First we'll need to remove the old or original wiper blades. We'll pick our wiper arm up and find the attachment point at the end of the arm. Our Fit uses the J-hook style connector. To remove the blade, we'll flip up this latch door here, slightly rotate our wiper blade, push it down and away from the J-hook. To install the new blade, we'll fit the J-hook into the opening.
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