NOTE: PLEASE CHECK THE LENGTH OF BOTH WIPER BLADES OF YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE ORDERING
Exclusive fx dual rubber resists heat and ozone deterioration and proven to last up to 40% longer than other premium wiper blades
Patented beam design with shielded connector optimizes visibility even under extreme weather conditions
Exclusive tension spring arcing technology creates a fit that’s custom-contoured to the curvature of each side of the windshield
Flexible asymmetric spoiler distributes uniform downward force along the entire blade to hold it firmly to the windshield at higher speeds
Bosch Excel+ features advanced rubber technology in a conventional windshield wiper blade design for quiet operation, a cleaner wipe, and longer life. Exclusive graphite blended natural rubber delivers a clean wipe and quiet operation. Aerodynamic all-steel OE frame design reduces lift at speed while providing consistent performance and rugged durability. Pre-mounted QuickClip adapter ensures quick and easy installation.
Attached Spoiler / Aerofoil
Natural Rubber w/Graphite
Heated (Wiper Blade)
Prop 65 Warning Label Required?
Quick Connect Hardware Included
Wiper Blade Design
Choose the correct replacement wiper blades for your vehicle. You can either consult your vehicle owner's manual or use an online tool to find the right size and type of wiper blades.
Lift the wiper arm away from the windshield, so it stays in the raised position.
Locate the release tab or button on the wiper blade. This is typically near the connection point where the blade meets the wiper arm.
Press the release tab or button and slide the old wiper blade off the wiper arm. Be careful not to let the arm snap back onto the windshield, as this can cause damage.
Align the new wiper blade with the wiper arm and slide it into place until you hear a click. Ensure that the wiper blade is securely attached to the arm.
Lower the wiper arm back onto the windshield gently, making sure that the wiper blade is properly positioned and in contact with the glass.
Repeat these steps for the other wiper blade, as necessary.
Test the new wiper blades by turning on the windshield wipers and observing their movement across the windshield. If they are not working properly, check to make sure they are securely attached and in the correct position.