Just like with other major luxury car manufactures out there the Chrysler team recommends that you only install genuine parts. This rule also applies when making a decision about wiper blades. The size of the wiper blades is not a one-size-fits-all situation. The decision is made based on the year of manufacture.
Therefore, it is extremely important to narrow down your search to the year of production. Our website offers such a specialized chart that aids you in selecting the exact size for the passenger side, driver side and rear window size.
Chrysler 300 Wipers Size Chart
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How To Replace your Chrysler Wiper Blades
Majority of the wiper blades out there are made of rubber and as a result, are subject to wear and tear. This deterioration is mainly caused by the abrasive action of normal wiping motion and also from exposure to severe weather. So how do you go about this process?
You can manually measure the size of your Chryslers’ wiper blades or you can check the correct size from our website.
Uninstall the old Blade
This is done by lifting the blades away from the car windshield. Then press the small tab-like button on the underside where it meets with the arm of the wiper. Now remove the old blade from the arm by pulling it downwards.
Install the New Blade
Pull the new blade into the arm of the wiper until you hear a clicking sound signifying that it has locked into the correct position. Finally, gently lower the arm back onto the windscreen and don’t forget to test whether it works correctly.
Smearing water, streaking or chattering. These are some of the most common problems associated with wiper blades. The most common root cause is worn out blades which need to be replaced. Remember these blades are made of rubber which wears out with time.
It is recommended that you replace your wiper blades every 6-9 months to avoid these problems. You can also try cleaning thoroughly your windshield and the wiper blades and arm with warm soapy water. In case you suspect the reason has nothing to do with worn out blades.
Merits and Demerits of the traditional (frame) wiper blades, beam wipers, hybrid wipers, winter wipers
The traditional frame wiper blades are less costly than their counterparts. Their obvious weak point is that they comprise too many components. Instead, you can go for the frameless wipers. They cost more, but that is because they are better in a number of ways and last considerably longer.
Hybrid wipers have the traditional pressure points but come with a cover on it to boost aerodynamics. The beam wipers bring together the advantages of both the traditional wipers and the beam wipers. They do a pretty good job in combating extreme weather issues although their bulky design doesn’t always match the sleek shape of your vehicle.