You can see clearly during hazardous weather thanks to your Audi's windshield wipers, which wipe away precipitation, regardless of whether it is a torrential downpour, light shower, flurry, or blizzard. The windshield wipers on your Audi car need to be replaced from time to time as they wear and tear, similar to brake pads and tires. The wipers are made of rubber, so it demands an instant replacement once you notice a line or two of soapy windshield cleaning fluid left behind. But how to replace Audi windshield wipers is the question. Scroll down for the solution.

When to Replace the Windshield Wipers on Your Audi Car?

When it comes to regular vehicle maintenance, windshield wipers are often overlooked despite being inexpensive and easy to replace. If your wiper becomes worn out, it can disastrously affect your driving ability and overall safety in adverse weather conditions. The wear and tear on your windshield wipers may not be apparent at first because they fade slowly over time. In light of that, how do you know when to replace your windshield wipers?

  • It is recommended that wiper blades be replaced every six months, especially in wet climates.
  • Next, if the wiper blades are not working as effectively, they leave any water, dirt, or residue behind.
  • A new set of windshield wipers is also necessary if they wobble or make screeching noises instead of moving smoothly.

Steps to Replace Your Audi Windshield Wipers

It is easy to replace the windshield wiper blades on your Audi. Here's the step-by-step procedure

Step 1

Typically, wiper arm bases are tucked under the hood to prevent you from pulling them up and away from your vehicle, making it challenging to replace the blades. For an easier wiper blade replacement process, turn on your Audi vehicle's ignition and run your wipers briefly. If your blades are sweeping across your windshield while your ignition is on, turn it off quickly to stop them mid-swipe. You can now easily access the wiper blades by pulling the wiper arms away from the windshield vertically.

Step 2

There is a release tab or button where the arm meets the blade that needs to be pressed or released. The wipers should now be able to be gently pulled away from the arm. On many of the newer Audi cars, wiper blades are attached with a simple adapter system rather than a hook-shaped mechanism.

Step 3

When the old windshield wiper blade has been removed from the arm, replace it with the new one and listen for a click sound, or close the release tab if necessary. Having placed the wiper blade onto the windshield, you can now turn on your ignition to enable the wiper blade to return to its off position.

Time for New Audi Wiper Blades

Getting the correct size is the most important factor when replacing windshield wipers on Your Audi cars. In order to meet this need, Audi New Rochelle carries a wide selection of wiper blades for Audi models in stock and ready for installation. You can contact our service and parts departments if you need assistance replacing wiper blades.

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