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Toyota 4Runner: Rear Wiper Rubber

Components

COMPONENTS

ILLUSTRATION


Replacement

REPLACEMENT

PROCEDURE

1. REMOVE REAR WIPER BLADE

(a) Apply protective tape to the areas shown in the illustration.

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Protective Tape


(b) Turn the ignition switch to ON.

(c) Turn the rear wiper switch on.

HINT:

The wiper motor does not operate if the back door and back door glass are not closed.

(d) Turn the ignition switch off when the wiper arm stops at the position shown in the illustration.

Standard Clearance:

Area

Measurement

A

Approximately 57°

B

Approximately 353 mm (13.90 in.)

HINT:

It is easier to stop the wiper blade at the position indicated in the illustration while the wiper blade is returning to the original position.


(e) Raise the rear wiper arm.

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Protective Tape

NOTICE:

  • Make sure that the wiper arm does not interfere with the rear spoiler.
  • If the wiper arm does interfere with the rear spoiler, operate the ignition switch again to stop the wiper arm in a near-vertical position.

(f) Raise the wiper blade to the position where the claw detaches with a click sound as shown in the illustration.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the claw.


(g) Pull the wiper blade straight toward the left side of the vehicle to remove it from the wiper arm.

NOTICE:

Do not lower the wiper arm with the wiper blade removed. The arm tip may damage the back door glass surface.


2. REMOVE REAR WIPER RUBBER

(a) Lift and pull the end of the wiper rubber protrusion from the blade stopper as shown in the illustration.

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Stopper

(Rear End of Blade)

*a

Lightly Push

(Grip)

*b

Lift

*c

Pull

NOTICE:

Do not forcibly pull out the wiper rubber. The backing plates will be deformed or the blade claws will be damaged.

HINT:

Lightly pushing the rubber in the middle allows it to be removed more easily.


(b) Remove the rear wiper rubber backing plates.

3. INSTALL REAR WIPER RUBBER

(a) Install the rear wiper rubber backing plates as shown in the illustration.

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Rear Wiper Rubber Backing Plate

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Rear Wiper Rubber

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Curve

NOTICE:

Install the backing plates so they are facing the correct direction.


(b) Insert the wiper rubber into the front end of the wiper blade and slide it towards the rear end through the second claw.

(c) After pushing the wiper rubber through the rear end claw, allow it to protrude past the rear end stopper.

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Second Claw

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Rear End Claw

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Rear End Stopper


(d) Slide the wiper rubber through the front end claw.

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Front End Claw


4. INSTALL REAR WIPER BLADE

(a) Push the wiper blade straight toward the right side of the vehicle to install it to the wiper arm.

NOTICE:

Make sure that the wiper arm does not interfere with the rear spoiler.


(b) Attach the claw to install the rear wiper blade as shown in the illustration.

NOTICE:

Be careful not to damage the claw.


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