What size windshield wipers does a 2006 Subaru Outback take?
Subaru Outback Wiper Size Chart
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What kind of windshield wipers do I need for Subaru Outback?
Subaru fits the vehicle with a 26” blade on the driver’s side, a 17” blade on the passenger side, and a 14” plastic-molded rear screen wiper. The Outback’s front windshield has standard hook fit blades as well.
What size windshield wipers do I need?
There are several ways to find out the right wiper size for your car:
- Look in the owner’s manual.
- Go to any auto parts store and use their “wiper blade size finder”
- Look up your correct wiper size online.
- Measure the wiper blades currently on your car.
Which type of wiper blades is best?
Top 10 Best Wiper Blades
- Bosch ICON Wiper Blade.
- Anco 31-Series Windshield Wipers.
- Michelin Stealth Ultra Hybrid Wiper Blade.
- AERO Voyager Premium All-Season Windshield Wiper.
- PIAA Aero Vogue Windshield Wiper.
- Valeo 900 Ultimate Series.
- PIAA Super Silicone Windshield Wipers.
What size windshield wipers do I need for a 2012 Subaru Outback?
26″ wiper blade.
Why are Subaru windshields cracking?
The class-action lawsuit alleges the Subaru vehicles have defective windshields that may crack in the windshield’s lower region. The cracks were allegedly due to the deicer creating a condition that makes the glass susceptible to cracking after a minor strike to the glass, such as the stone’s impact.
Does it matter what windshield wipers I get?
Wiper blades are vehicle specific. The passenger and driver’s side wiper blades are the same size on some vehicles, while on others they are vastly different. Only replace your wiper blades with the size of blades specified by the manufacturer to ensure proper fitment and to prevent damage.
How do you change the rear wiper blade on a 2016 Subaru Outback?
- Release the old blade. Lift the wiper arm off the window.
- Remove the wiper. The blade will release from the wiper arm.
- Position the new blade. Place the small bar attachment on the new wiper blade into the hook on the wiper arm.
- Lock the blade into place. Rotate the blade away from you and it will snap into place.