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Multispace Rear Wiper Blade and Arm
#1
Hi,

My rear wiper blade and arm are broken and I want to replace them. It seems that the clip holding the blade into the arm is an integral part of the arm - this broke during the cold weather.

Does anyone know where I can order a replacement. Is it a DIY job to replace?

Taynish
03 Multispace Forte 2.0 HDi metallic blue
(124,000 miles and still going strong)
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#2
I have this same problem, I havnt replaced mine but just had the arm rested on the wiper blade which is then rested on the window. If someone lifted the back wiper it would just drop out. Look forward to anyone with an answer to this Smile

Lliam
Lliam

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
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#3
I have the problem that the motor doesn't work and have to replace it Sad

The blade and arm are fine though.
2010 (B9) Berlingo Multispace XTR HDi 112 - Kyanos Blue
Previously - 2002 (M49) Berlingo Multispace 2.0 HDi Diesel - Arctic Steel
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#4
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Mine did the same all I did was drill two holes in the plastic arm either side of the clip and feed a small cable tie through works well and if you use a black cable tie you can hardly see it.

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#5
Thanks Jimbo, sounds like a better solution than my brown electrical tape.
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#6
Nice one jimbo, where would the world be without cable ties??? Pulled me out of the sticky stuff loads of times
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#7
Added Photos to above post
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#8
After repairing (Bodging!!) a couple of times my rear wiper arm is now past repair. So I bit the bullet and bought a new one, £8.00 not too bad I thought.

However, I can't get the old one off. It's stuck fast. Good squirt of WD40 and left it for a few days but it still won't budge. I have a small three legged puller but the end of the spindle on which it bears is the plastic washer jet so I can't tighten down on it and the glass is behind so I can't lever against that.

Any ideas please??
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#9
Junior hacksaw?Confusedcratch:
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#10
I did think about that or a Dremel with a cutting disc as a last resort. It's just thst it's so close to the bodywork should it slip and I don't want to have to dismantle the whole thing if I can help it
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