Replace Wiper Brush and Blade

Required Tools and Equipment

  • 2.5mm hex wrench
  • 3mm hex wrench

Required Consumables and Supplies

  • Wiper Brush - HW-MISC-BRUSH-3
  • Galvanized Steel Loop Clamp, 14” ID, 1-116” Long - 2C92FC3F
  • 316 Stainless Steel Washer for M4 Screw Size, 4.3 mm ID, 9 mm OD - HW-WASH-M4-001
  • Wiper Blade - _AON-M-01503-01-053a-SM

This procedure provides instructions on how to replace the:

Replace Wiper Brush

The wiper brush bracket may be either plastic or metal.

The the new wiper brush clamp does not have a silicone grommet. This allows the wiper brush to be installed more securely.

  1. Remove one screw, one washer, the clamp, and the brush using the 3mm hex wrench. Discard the brush and the clamp.

    Replace Wiper Brush

  2. Install the new clamp and the new brush using one screw and one washer.

    If you have a plastic bracket, do not over-tighten the screws holding the brush component in place to avoid damaging the threaded insert.

  3. Adjust the brush so that it rubs against the flat surface of the nozzle as shown in the figure below. Tighten one screw to secure the brush using the 3mm hex wrench.

    The top of the brush should rub against the flat surface of the nozzle.

Replace Wiper Blade

The wiper brush bracket may be either plastic or metal.

  1. Remove two screws and the wiper blade using the 2.5mm hex wrench. Discard the wiper blade.

    Replace Wiper Blade

  2. Install the new wiper blade using two screws.

    If you have a plastic bracket, do not over-tighten the screws holding the brush component in place to avoid damaging the threaded insert.

  3. Adjust the wiper blade so that it just touches the tip of the nozzle. Tighten the two screws to secure the wiper blade using the 2.5mm hex wrench.

    The tip of the blade should just touch the tip of the nozzle.

Last modified: September 4, 2020