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Wiper Blades Replacement in Chicago, IL

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Living in Cook County, you rely on a vehicle to get you around. Whether commuting along I-90, meeting friends at The Second City comedy club, or making a grocery run to Jewel-Osco, Chicago residents are constantly on the move. 

The last thing you want to add to your to-do list is a visit to the auto repair shop. But … stuff happens.

Luckily, there’s a better way to repair or maintain your vehicle than sitting around all day at an auto repair center. RepairSmith offers the best mobile mechanic services for busy Chicago drivers who want to spend more time living the Illinois lifestyle, and less time dealing with car repair services.

Need help with worn or broken windshield wipers? 

We’ll get a mobile mechanic to you in Chicago for any windshield wiper-related problem, any day of the week.

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Worn Windshield Wiper Symptoms

  • Cracked, split, or broken rubber part
  • Wipers consistently cause streaks or film of grime on your windshield
  • Chattering sound from the wiper arms
  • Bent metal frames or blades
  • Uneven windshield contact
  • One wiper gets stuck

Common Windshield Wiper Repairs

1. Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement

This service involves replacing your old or damaged wiper blades with new ones.

2. Wiper Arm Adjustment/Replacement

This service involves adjusting the angle of the wiper arms so the blades make complete contact with the windshield

3. Wiper Motor Replacement 

This service involves replacing a malfunctioning motor if the wiper blades don’t move at all.

4. Wiper Linkage Repair

This service involves replacing or repairing the linkage that connects the wiper blades with the wiper motor

5. Washer Fluid System Repair

This service involves replacing hoses or nozzles or repairing the pump that supplies the cleaning solution to the wipers.

Chicago Windshield Wiper Repair FAQs

1. How Do I Schedule an Appointment?

Once you select the service you need, RepairSmith will help you find a date and time that works with your schedule. 

2. What Should I Expect From a Service Appointment?

Your first appointment with RepairSmith is easy. We’ll let you know when we arrive, do a brief assessment of the problem, and set up a location to work on your car, truck, van, or SUV. Once we’ve completed the repair, we’ll let you know, go over any details from the service, collect payment, and be on our way. It’s that simple.

3. How Often Should I Change My Car’s Windshield Wipers?

The windshield wipers can start deteriorating quickly after six months of use or may last up to a year. But you may need to replace the wipers sooner if you use them too often or drive in harsh weather.

As a practice, try to keep track of your windshield wiper replacements so you know when it’s time to get new ones. 

4. Can I Only Replace the Wiper Rubber?

The windshield wiper blades have slots that hold the rubber part that glides over your windscreen. While you can replace just the rubber wiper, replacing the entire frame is much easier and doesn’t require any tools. 

5. What Are the Different Kinds of Wiper Blades? 

Wiper blades are available in different materials and designs, so you need to consider the options that will work best for you. These include: 

◾ Conventional Wiper Blades: These are the most common type, featuring a metal frame and a rubber blade attached to it. They are pretty affordable but have a comparatively shorter lifespan (about six months). 

◾ Beam Wiper Blades: These blades are made from a solid piece of rubber, allowing them to wrap better around your windshield’s curvature. These last twice as long as the conventional ones. 

◾ Hybrid Wiper Blades: These blades look similar to the beam wiper blades but feature a rubber-coated metal frame to offer durability and all-weather performance.

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