Jeep Wiper Blades

If you are reading this, you are looking for a suitable pair of windshield wipers for your Jeep. Well, congratulations! You have just found the best windshield wipers that will fit your Jeep perfectly. SilBlade®offers different types and sizes for most all Jeep models. Installing a pair of windshield wipers is a DIY task. If you are new to it, we will show you how you can change your wiper blades.

How to Change Windshield Wipers for My Jeep?

Changing windshield wipers on your Jeep is an easy and quick task. It only takes a few minutes. Below are instructions on how to change your Jeep’s wipers.

1. First, you must remove the old wiper blades. The blades are usually connected with a tiny clip. Push this clip up in the direction of the arm and slide the blade back to unclip it. Now slide the blade further backward to disconnect it. Slide the blade till you can clearly see the hook then you will be able to remove the blade.

2. The next step is positioning the new blades. This step requires you to position the new blade in a way the hook faces the attachment of the windshield wiper.

3. Once the blade has been placed properly, you can proceed to lock it. Pull the blade towards the hook until you hear a click. The click indicates the blade is locked in the wiper arm.

And that’s all it takes to change your wiper blades. Always remember to check your wipers for damage that may require immediate replacement.

Jeep Wiper Blades - Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why are my windshield wipers not working on my Jeep Wrangler?

    The most common reasons Jeep Wrangler windshield wipers aren't working are a broken wiper motor or issues with the switch.
  • How often should I replace my Jeep's wiper blades?

    Generally, it's recommended to replace your wiper blades every 6-12 months, or as soon as you notice signs of wear such as streaking, skipping, or smearing. However, if you live in an area with extreme weather conditions, you might need to replace them more frequently.
  • Are there different types of wiper blades available for Jeeps?

    Yes, there are various types of wiper blades available for Jeeps, including traditional frame-style blades, beam blades, and hybrid blades. Each type has its own advantages, so it's essential to choose the one that best fits your driving needs and preferences.
  • Can I install wiper blades on my Jeep myself, or do I need a professional?

    Installing wiper blades on a Jeep is typically a straightforward process that you can do yourself. Many wiper blade manufacturers provide detailed instructions with their products. However, if you're unsure or uncomfortable with DIY tasks, you can always seek assistance from a professional at an auto service center.
  • How do I clean and maintain my Jeep's wiper blades?

    Regular maintenance can extend the life of your wiper blades. You can clean them periodically with a soft cloth or paper towel dampened with windshield washer fluid or a mild detergent solution. Also, be sure to check for any debris or dirt buildup on the blades and windshield that could affect their performance.
  • Are there specific wiper blade brands recommended for Jeeps?

    While there are many reputable wiper blade brands available, some popular choices among Jeep owners include SilBlade, Rain-X, Michelin, and Bosch. It's essential to choose high-quality blades that are compatible with your Jeep's model and year for optimal performance.
  • Can I use aftermarket wiper blades on my Jeep, or should I stick to OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) blades?

    Aftermarket wiper blades are compatible with Jeeps and can offer excellent performance and value compared to OEM blades. Just make sure to select the correct size and type for your vehicle.