The reason is that many vehicles will use different length wiper blades for the driver-side and passenger-side wipers. … Some cars do use the same blade length for both wipers and often the standard-grade blades for such cars will be sold as a pair rather than as a single.
Are windshield wipers sold in pairs?
When the time comes for new blades, remember to replace them in pairs. If one is worn out, its mate can’t be far behind. Don’t forget to check the rear wiper, if your vehicle has one.
Do windshield wipers have to be the same brand?
Windshield wiper blades are not interchangeable between different makes and models of vehicles, so be sure to check with an employee at one of your local auto parts stores to ensure you have the right size blade.
Do windshield wipers come in packs of 2?
A: One blade per package. Appears several cars have different sizes left and right these days, including two of our “fleet”.
Are dealer wiper blades better?
In our experience, there’s nothing better than the original-equipment (OEM) wiper blades that are sold by the dealer — they were designed to work on your specific windshield. … The rubber composition also tends to be better, leading to a clearer windshield and longer life (longer life for the blades, that is.
How do I know what kind of windshield wipers I need?
There are several ways to find out the right wiper size for your car:
- Look in the owner’s manual.
- Go to any auto parts store and use their “wiper blade size finder”
- Look up your correct wiper size online.
- Measure the wiper blades currently on your car.
Are expensive wipers worth it?
Expensive wiper blades are better suited to the curved surface of the windshield and provide a better wipe than generic wipers. They are also noise-free and streak-free so there will be nothing to distract you when going around the sharp bend. They also remain consistent in all weather conditions.
Why are wiper blades so expensive?
On the other hand, expensive windshield wipers use a one-piece design that allows the blade to sit well on the curved surface of the windshield, improving the wiping process. … After all, the beam – the wiper blade is the most expensive, and for good reason – is one of the more expensive blades on the market.
Does AutoZone put wiper blades on for you?
Most places, including AutoZone, O’Reilly and Advance Auto Parts will also replace your wiper blades for free if you buy them at their store. Really, if you buy wiper blades, chances are the place you’re buying them from will put them on for you at no cost.
Why did my driver side windshield wiper stop working?
Torn wiper blades, a bad wiper motor, a blown fuse, or heavy snow may be why your wipers are not working.
How much should I pay for wiper blades?
A standard replacement blade assembly for the front windshield or a rear wiper on a hatchback or SUV typically costs $7-$20 each, or $14-$40 a pair, depending on length, type and brand. For example, JC Whitney sells an Anco OE Replacement Wiper Blade for a 2009 Toyota Camry for $14-$22.