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Heated Wipers

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by landtoy80, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. landtoy80

    landtoy80

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    At the KW dealer they have heated wiper. Windshield wipers that is, not the one in the can :D
    Does Toyota have heated wipers?
    I put the Teflon inserts in the OEM blades and they suck.
     
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    Try using the Toyota OEM wipers, they are very high quality.
    -B-
     
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    OEMs are the only way to go...they rock!
     
  4. bwbski

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    i use piaa silicon wipers. they coat the windsheild like rainx and water shoots right up the window. and there supposed to last longer then normal whipers. check them out
     
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    [quote author=bwbski link=board=2;threadid=8940;start=msg77584#msg77584 date=1071799115]
    i use piaa silicon wipers. they coat the windsheild like rainx and water shoots right up the window. and there supposed to last longer then normal whipers. check them out
    [/quote]I had the PIAA ones(around $15). I think 17 or the 18 ones. They do work REALLY well. They have lasted for alittle whiles too. My mom just put on cheap ones when she did that stupid little 100k mile thing that Toyota said to do(charged her a lot for s*** I coulda done...oh wells)
     
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    I was hopping to not have to stick my arm out the window and "flick" the wipers to get the ice off.