That job can be done by pulling the motor and replacing the plastic bushing
without pulling the arms or cowling. It's not a lot of fun but it's still
easier than all the extra work you're planning. There is a special tool to
release the wiper arms if you're stuck on this approach. I've got one in my
toolbox, I think I got it from JC Whitney?
There is a release button next to where the arm slides on the the splined
Rod that goes into your cowl. Just pick your wiper arm up. Once you press or
pull that ( I can`t remeber which ) they should slide off. Depending on how
long they`ve been on there . LoL.
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