On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 2:05:14 PM UTC-6, Tegger wrote:
I only replaced the blade. When I say "sticks out straight" I mean the blade doesn't fit the shape of the window. Only half of the blade slides along the curve of the window and the other half is out in the air over the window.
Are you not able to look at the driver side one which does not "stick
straight out" and see what it different? Look for something bent, or
disconnected, or out of its track.
Since you are not at all mechanically oriented, your best bet is
probably to buy a new blade (not just the rubber)
Actually, that is most likely his problem, that he DID buy a "new blade".
And that blade was aftermarket and of the usual poor-quality.
The answer is to put back the original blades that came from the factory
and replace ONLY the rubbers with new OEM from the dealer.
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