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  • I replace mine when they start smearing to the point that I can't see clearly. It's a two-minute fix - nothing to it. And no need to spend money on recommendations that aren't necessary when they're still serviceable.
  • As often as they fail to do their job well enough. In other words: when they start leaving those streaks and smears you're talking about, that's when you need to change them...BEFORE those streaks and smears become dangerously vision-impairing.
  • I gave up maintianing my car years ago its the mechanics problem as long as everything works I save no money doing it myself I don't have the tools to work on light trucks at home I don't like working on toyotas much. notice most cars now want wiper heads not just the rubber blade replaced.
    • Army Veteran
      Well, there's your problem: Toyota. Try GM - you'll sleep better at night.
    • 11stevo73
      What vehical does GM make can go where my Hilux goes? Holden bleed Australia dry. LS engines are made by Mexicans every LS engine with more than 100k km's on it has a leaky rear main for the first 15 odd years I drove GM cars like my dad they all were pos. What GM light trucks don't fall apart?
  • The Chevrolet Camaro is a beautiful car. But like all cars, it needs regular maintenance to keep it looking and running its best. One of the things you'll need to do from time to time is replace your wiper blades. Wiper blades are made of rubber, so they naturally degrade over time. Depending on how often you use them and how well you take care of them, they can last anywhere from 6 months to a year. To be on the safe side, it's best to check your wiper blades every 6 months or so and replace them if they look worn out. Fortunately, this is a pretty easy task that anyone can do.
    • 11stevo73
      Its a car get this beatiful crap out of your head. Its only a car is your car roadworthy does it pass a critical safety test?
  • Isn't it obvious to change your wipers when they don't work to clear your windows anymore? I suppose you could tie someone to the bonnet and get them to use their tongue, tried that once, but he did get in the way of my vision.

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