Does your Subaru wiper have a screeching sound when turned on wipers, or the wipers are leaving streaks on the windshield?
Learn how to replace the wiper blades on Subaru vehicles to fix the problem.
What you will need
- Windshield Wiper Blades Set
- Park the vehicle on level ground. Turn off the engine and set the parking brakes.
- Go to the windshield and move the wiper arm up.
- Turn the wiper arm to ninety degrees to expose the locking tab at the bottom.
- Slide down the wiper and remove it from the arm.
- Install the new wiper arm in reverse order. Press the new wiper in until it locks on the arm.
Changing the windshield wipers on a Subaru is easy and takes less than twenty minutes.
We hope you find the Subaru Replace Windshield Wiper Blades guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Subaru.