Toyota Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement In Dallas, TX
Changing your Toyota wiper blades is a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to restore comfort and safety to your Toyota vehicle. More goes into the development of your Toyota windshield wipers than you might realize. There’s an entire team of engineers who design, create, and test them before they even make it on your vehicle — kind of like that secret room of ninjas in training where you work (you haven’t found it yet?). Let’s take a look at some of the signs indicating it’s time to change your Toyota wiper blades. Our Toyota Parts Center has loads of them in stock (because if they didn’t, we would send ninjas after them).
Windshield Wiper Replacement 101
Texas is a land with extreme climates. If you’ve been driving around Dallas, TX, for at least a year, then you know you can pretty much see it all — bugs, dust, rain, the occasional frost or snow, and everyone’s favorite: when birds treat your windshield like a target during high altitude bombing practice. All of this takes a toll on your Toyota wiper blades. Here are some of the tell-tale signs you need replacement:
- • Hop, Skip & Jumping – This herky-jerky movement indicates that your wipers are dry-rotted
- • Streaking – Caused by debris that scars the face of your blade
- • Dangly Rubber – If you see black strips hanging down from your wipers, you can thank the sun
- • Screechy – 911! – You’re down to metal and are scratching your glass
You know how awesome your new Toyota RAV4 is. Take her off-road and into the great wide open. Make sure you can see what’s ahead with crisp, clean glass. So what else is important to know? Can you change your Toyota wiper blades yourself? How long does it take? Here are some tips:
- • Make sure you get the right wiper blade size. Too long or too short is no bueno. If you drive a Toyota Corolla, installing blades from a Land Cruiser would be, how shall we say it, ineffective. Get your Toyota wiper blades from the place that knows your vehicle best!
- • Know your lock type. Your Toyota Camry wiper blades stay put. But that’s because they’re locked in place. Take a good look at your wipers’ connection to the wiper arm. Are they secured by a J-Hook, Pin Style, Top Lock, Slide Pin, or Slide Lock of some type? Make sure you know how to release the lock type on your Toyota Camry. We can help you when you come in.
- • Disposal. Even the smallest Toyota wiper blades that we have are awkwardly shaped. Change your Toyota Corolla wiper blades right here and let our parts department collect your old ones for disposal.
We See Toyota Wiper Blades in Your Future
We’ve looked into our crystal ball (kept clear by mini Toyota wiper blades, of course) and know that you’ll be on your way sooner than later. No need to make an appointment. We’re well-stocked so just come on by. And hey, if you need a helping hand to swap these out, our Toyota Service Center in Irving, TX, is right next door. We can have you in and out faster than you can say, “I also need a gallon of washer fluid.”