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Old 24th January 2009, 17:29   #16
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How easy or difficult is it to change the wiper? I have a Swift VXI-ABS. Can I buy a Bosch Wiper & change it on my own.

Is it easily available?

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How easy or difficult is it to change the wiper? I have a Swift VXI-ABS. Can I buy a Bosch Wiper & change it on my own.

Is it easily available?
Yes they are easily available.
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Old 21st September 2009, 18:27   #18
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wow.. That PDF file is useful..
Also what you mean by 'without water'? Could you please give some more details?
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Old 22nd September 2009, 08:53   #19
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I changed my verna's Syndicate wipers tp BOSH, costed me 290 after dealer discount. Thanks for condor who got them for me from J.C.Road. Hyundai A.S.S. told me that the Syndicate OEM costs 1000.00 for a pair and suggested to pick up the bosh wipers.
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Old 22nd September 2009, 08:55   #20
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The person also said that their blades are made with such a technology that even of they are used without water, they will not hard the windscreen. They have reverse action.
Now thats news. has anyone tried this out
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Now thats news. has anyone tried this out

whatever technology is being used the rubber after sometime will lose its good qualities and start affeting visibility during the rains - thanks to the extreme heat and the tropical climate that we have.

Between the PDF is really useful .
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