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How to Install Windshield Wiper Brakes
- Published on Jun 3, 2023 veröffentlicht
- Learn how to replace your windshield wiper brakes. If your wipers do not return to the correct position and stick up too far or if your wipers are making a squeaking noise, this video will help you solve your problem. I show you how to remove the windshield wipers, disassemble the wiper cowl, remove the wiper brake caliper and wiper rotor and replace the wiper brake pads.
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Thanks for the advice Chris, wouldn't know where to start without you!
Hi shmee, I’m guys!!
Shmee is in the house🍻
A great collab.
A wild Shmee appears
Solid work. While replacing my wiper brakes, I noticed my engine oil was a bit low so I ordered a longer dipstick. Very productive weekend.
@ChrisFix needs to show all of us how to do this soon! I can't wait to stop buying engine oil completely!
I laughed waay to hard at this... it woke up my wife... thanks for that!... now she's pissed and gonna make me go do the dishes...😂😂🤣😂
This is the funniest thing I’ve read all week. Hahahahaha
Nah it's all about short throw dipsticks
The amount of effort that went into this video is simply amazing.
It almost had me questioning whether there was wiper brakes if there weren't silly things like performance brakes I would have had to google it
Mine are ceramic.
It is such a simple repair, and I think that's why not a whole lot of people cover it on YT. Even my auto instructor from HS didn't go much in depth on this repair. So glad Chris finally made a video, can't tell you how many cars I've had to sell just because I didn't know how to fix the wiper brakes.
Is this real
@junkyardracing289 As real as blinker fluid, piston return springs, and muffler bearings.
@Blue Ovals How do I replace my muffler bearings my car is violently screeching near the muffler
@Rose GregorYT Chrisfix made a video on that a few years ago, he explains it way better than I ever could.
@junkyardracing289 April Fools video (upload date 1. of april)
The level of work you did to prepare for this video is impressive. I just showed this to my wife, and we agreed I would work on her wiper brakes later today. I told her it will probably take me longer than Chris, so she promised to make me a nice dinner in exchange.
She should be making you good dinners everyday anyway!
@Thomas Harris She probably has a job
@Chimneyyeah making sure her man is taken care of women on average have much much much much less demanding jobs
If I didn’t know any better, I would have thought this was real😭great work and dedication Chris, thank you for the years of help you have given us!!!
The comments make it so much better. Imagine if you didn't know, and you checked the comments and everyone's going along with it.
Honestly I'd be looking online for parts for mine.
@girrrrrrr2 I would start doing a ton of research and see if it would be time to replace mine too💀💀
Where did he get those brakes though? Is it from like a little remote control car or something?
@Mike kasich Yeah probably.
Thank you for letting me know it wasn't real lol. I had no clue!
This is a great video by Chris. I'm a master technician of 25 years. I had a customer last week saying that their wipers were clapping the windshield when the wipers moves back into the resting position, even with new wipers. Come to find out that the wiper rotors were warped. I changed them and the wipers were back to normal. And I also replaced their blinker fluid with a new type of liquid with reflective particles to make their blinkers more bright. They were very satisfied.
Synthetic Blinker Fluid is the best. its rated for 10,000 blinks between changes.
Please always use drilled and slotted wiper rotors. They last longer and can prevent a fire because they dissipate the heat better. Great work Chris!
Thank you chris for providing us with these vital videos about fixing cars. Few days ago someone kicked my mums sideview mirror and left the wires hanging. First thing i thought was that chrisfix has to have a video about fixing sideview mirror and you did. You have saved me and my family hundreds of dollars and i wanted to thank you brother. Don’t stop what your doing🙏🏽
I made the mistake of not using DOT 3.5 blinker fluid when bleeding my wiper breaks and we all know in NJ inspection stations they check for wear and fluid level. Thanks again Chris for keeping me off track!😊
It's not like the old days when you had vacuum wipers when you pressed the gas pedal to the floor the wipers would just stop in the middle of the windshield.
Its very important to reminder
Make sure machine the rotor!
Wow, awesome job, I just replaced mine on my vehicle. My windshield wiper brake pads were down to metal and making a bunch of noise. My wipers now work better than before because I upgraded them to the bigger Brimbo calipers with drilled and slotted rotors on my wipers. What a difference from the stock one's. 😁👍
I've been silently watching your videos for maybe over a year now. I didn't know a single thing about cars two years ago and you've taught me so much! I know you said you like to keep the content focused on the car and not about you but you're why I watch the videos! I don't even plan on buying a Hummer or anything but of course I'll click on your video when it comes up. And showing my parents or friends your videos, especially the ones where you gifted cars to you mom and dad is awesome haha. Even 10 years ago you were in the comments responding to everyone and that means a lot you're still here.
Thanks a lot! Glad you have learned a lot from the videos!
You don't want to know how much the carbon ceramic wiper brakes on my P1 cost!
At least the blinker fluid was already topped up when you got it. One less thing to worry about!
I cant even imagine!!! Hopefully they are not damaged from the hurricane and can be reused!
YOU should have shown up in this video, not that other.. person.
Nobody cares how much it costs 😅
That's gold 🤣
It's been so long since I've seen someone touch on these, it's the little things that make a difference on keeping your car in good shape! I remember helping my dad change the wiper brakes on his Kenworth when I was a kid, those air brakes are MASSIVE!
A suggestion (for those car guys that have to replace these brake pads once in a while, I would know), NEVER reuse the original rotors! Always, ALWAYS replace them with the included rotor in the kit, this will prolong the life of your wiper resting position, as well as having the brakes have a nice even surface to grip on to, just a nice tip for those car guys out there.
There's no point re-using them anyway imo. they ussually come in a full set anyway, no point re-using a rotor to save, what, $10.
Quality and thoughtful content for free. Doesn’t get any better than that.
Thanks for the great video Chris! I was having this same problem with my mom’s new car, and this video helped us save a trip to the dealer!
i love how he makes it so serious and realistic
What do you mean????🤔🤔🤔Is this not real?🤔🤔🤔
This is real I'm mechanic.. I do it every monsoon season..🙂
@RAXITH plays oh okay sorry brother now i understand its 100% real (joke btw)
Please stop your misinformation. I know it's an easy mistake but c'mon man any mechanic knows these things.
@An Unentitled Motivated Millennial sorry brother
As a mechanic I love how this guy puts in the effort to make these so believable.
Making what believable? I just used this video as a how-to for my car. No more screeching wipers!
Zactly Mac! The guy is so thorough - but I do wonder how many takes he needs to not bust out laughing, lol
the packaging, the way the brakes fit onto the car, it looks so real.
Gets boxes made and all
You and your videos are absolutely incredible, if you don't solve the problem on the car then you know it's a difficult potblem that probably needs a mechanic with x number of years on the neck 😉
There is this second brake pedal for the wiper brakes to the left of the main brake pedal on my 1982 Russian built Mikhail Olson SUV. The wiper brake petal is often to the right of the foot parking brake and is usually pretty much identical to it. Therefore, if you were to press the wiper brake pedal, the wipers would slow down. This is especially helpful when the wipers reach the A-pillars and you don't wanna scratch your paint.
Edit: I later discovered that Mikhail later switched this pedal in the early 1990s with a hand operated lever upon the introduction of the second generation model. Although the wiper brakes in this model (alongside other models that use wiper brakes) usually stop the wipers prematurely, Mikhail ultimately had to recall the Olson for this exact reason in the late 1990s. In addition, the 3.6L Aspirin diesel engine offered as the sole diesel option by happenstance incurred the same faults as the later 6.0L Powerstroke diesel engine. Aside from this, wiper brakes were largely abandoned in cars manufactured by Mikhail by the late 1980s, and by the 2010s, some models even had wipers driven by direct-drive servomotors. This is all information I got from a salesman for a U.S. dealer.
Priceless! I'll have to replace my wiper brakes this weekend when I change the blinker fluid. When I go to get the parts, I'll take back the sheet metal screws I bought last week. Half of them had the heads on the wrong end.
Edit: I was wrong on the screws. The ones with the head on the other end are for the other side of the car!
You've taught me thru the years on how to maintain my interiors exteriors and motors, I inherited a 2006 chevy cobalt coupe ss from my grandfather and have taken alot from your vids to take care of it and keep it the only cobalt on the road without an engine light Thank you lots chrisfix
Thanks for the advice, I had a huge repair at my car I changed crankcase roof light and also exhaust bang bearing, after your video I noticed that my wiper brakes had also gone missing (last owner) so I installed new ones. My car runs perfectly now I have no squeaking noise coming from the windshield wipers and at rainy days I can actually see outside.
I remember helping my grandpa with a repair like this on his old Chrysler. Being built in the 1970s, it had drum brakes on the wipers.
Ahh yea, my old buddies Peterbilt had huge wiper brakes because it was was a semi truck
I think Disc Brakes wipers was an optional. And in some cars wipers Brakes are behind the dash so you can't see it
@Fabi Canalla Yeah, on those you have to remove the entire dash, such a pain.
Crazy I’ve honestly never seen this on any vehicle I’ve owned! Thanks Chris! Such a good channel to learn things!
this video was posted Apr 1st just fyi
Lmfao you really believe everything you see online?
Ummm. Yeah let us know how this goes for you bro
Guys lol I’m aware, was being sarcastic.
Good one! Finally someone made a repair video for all the simpletons that don't know how to do it. Such an easy repair, but the parts are sometimes difficult to locate. Don't forget to also check your muffler bearings. Probably also a good time to put summer air your tires as well.
By far the best wiper brake replacement video on YT. Thank you!
In a future video, could you demonstrate the correct use of left handed tools (eg. Left handed screw driver and wrench)? Would be super helpful for all us leftys.
Its things like this.. that keep making me come back to your channel Chris.. you have the fine balance of goofing off and actual "How To" videos. (such as this video.. and your Piston Return Springs video and your blinker fluid video) Rock on Chris!
Whenever it rained during my races, I got HORRIBLE wiper brake fade, worsening my visibility and making me lose the races. 😢
Thanks to your professional advice, I win every wet race now. 👍❤
Took me a while to locate my brakes, but boy am i glad i found them! They were pretty well worn down! A replacement set is now on order. Thanks for this video!
No problem! Glad the video was helpful. It’s overlooked and people don’t realize they are there until it’s raining and their wipers fail!
I didn’t even knew there is something called “wiper brake”
The fact that he showed us in detail boxes of products that look really legit shows the dedication in educating the unwiped masses that the windshield wiper break scam is not a scam... it's real sheeple, wake up!
@Moeez Iqbal Well you learn something new every day 🤓
@Moeez Iqbal me too, and I think it’s not real it’s just April fool
The effort you put into this gag is just incredible. Well done!
Waited a long time for this, thank you very much for your diy content 😊
the dedication to these are amazing. well, I'm gonna go change my blinker fluid now, good thing Chris has a video on it!
Chris fix always coming in with the April fools jokes😂. From the blinker fluid, to the piston return springs, and now windshield wiper brakes, classic
I noticed while doing this my hood latch fluid reservoir was a bit low so I topped it off, I really appreciate this video it helped a lot
Glad the video was helpful!
Keep in mind some older SUVs and trucks will use drums instead of calipers for the rear windshield wipers. Hope we can get a video on that soon!
Unfortunately, they are hard to find nowadays. JC Whitney still has them.
I am thinking I should do a wiper drum to disc conversion...
I hate drum brakes. Especially on wipers. Little bitty springs are rough
What about the exhaust brakes for the big rigs?
@ChrisFix what about doing a big brake upgrade for people who live in regions with lots of heavy rain??
thanks for this! i'd be lost without this advice honestly, and great to see the drift stang again! cant wait to see the next part of the drift series!
Can't believe the amount of effort that went into making this video. Hats off to you sir 😂
Thanks a ton
I just installed wiper brakes on my motorcycle thanks to your help! Awesome Video!
This is purely impressive. Great tutorial!
I love all your videos but your April Fools videos are my favourites. You almost had me believing in piston springs that video was so well done. Keep up the great work!
My car came with Carbon Ceramic Wiper Brakes, the dealer wanted $15,000 for replacements!
That's outrageous! Even the titanium disks are not that expensive. Almost, but not quite.
NEVER rely on a dealer for those. Perfectly good aftermarket Carbon Ceramic Wiper Brakes can be had for around 5K. Just shop around.
What’s up Samcrac
They do really try to rip people off, gotta say, You can get factory quality or even better for half that
What?! That’s way expensive even for carbon ceramic wiper rotors. I’d go aftermarket then.
I followed Chris's video to replace my wipers brake pad, and i ran a dyno test it said my car gain 10 more horsepower now! Awesome job!!
Love the video, was super helpful. I couldn't figure out how to do this on my own. I'm really struggling with my blinkers not working and I found out my blinker fluid was low. Could you make a video showing us how to change that?
There is already a video he made on changing the blinker fluid, make sure you get the right one though as bad quality blinker fluid could cause your blinkers to blink green, not orange.
@Anubis awesome! Great tip ;)
Chris you should make a video on upgrading the windshield spray nozzle, from the 2 headed ones to the fan shaped ones!
I had a problem with my wipers' brake lines recently, very helpful video ❤👍🙏
Do you do voiceovers or do you record audio and video at the same time? It's incredible how little background noise there is.
Pure genius. I just installed a turbo on my washer jets. Works a treat.
I trust you redirected the blow-off valve airflow to dry the glass afterwards as well? ;)
@MrVent that's genius, I gotta set that up!
to be honest he is gonna come up with intercoolers for your headlights🤣🤣🤣🤣
@Gilberts Biogas Experts KeYou say that as a joke, but the current racing Hypercars actually do have coolers for the electronics behind the headlights.
@MrVent absolutely. 🙂. Add a little Party blower too. For added sound effects.
Wow amazing! I didn't know this was a thing. I guess my mechanic sorts this out at my service intervals.
So glad I don’t have to sell my car, now I can fix my wiper brakes myself! Thanks Chris 🤝🙏
G'day mate. Really like your videos, you break them down step by step so well. Question for you, which socket size should I get for working on my car? 1/4, 1/2 or 3/8? I'm planning to do my rear shocks followed by front shocks and then later the brakes with your videos guiding me. Any advice would be appreciated, cheers mate.
Since you are starting with suspension/brakes I'd get a 1/2 set first then get a 3/8 set as soon as you can. You can usually wait a little to then build a 1/4 set.
@ChrisFix cheers mate.
Hey Chris, You have covered most if not all of the basics of car repair and one or two slightly more advanced repairs. I am wondering if you are willing to venture into a complete engine rebuild. I would love to hear your take on a few details of an engine rebuild. Specifically connecting rod bearings, machining crankshaft, boring the cylinder etc. These are all things i have attempted in the past and all failed catastrophically and all i learned from it was its cheaper to go get a used motor from the junkyard LOL.
IAROTFLMAO!!! This is your best one yet! The attention to details is just amazing! The only thing you forgot to mention was that the pads will overheat and wear prematurely if you don't keep your washer bucket at least half full. That is because not only does the solution wash your windows, it is also the activating fluid and cooling fluid for the brake calipers! Shame on you for missing that important detail!!
I did this modification to the windshield wipers on my car this morning and I saw a 25 brake horsepower increase on the dyno this afternoon. Great video! Thanks, Chris!!!
@ChrisFix Thanks, mang!!! 💪🏻 That means a lot coming from a Clip-Share legend like yourself. I’m going to hookup a NOS system to the washer fluid tank tomorrow to see if I can get another 15-20 BHP out of her.
So glad I found this video. I always wondered why my whipers were making those noises. Just replaced the brakes and damn I can finally see in heavy rain! Thanks!
Always Remember to check the wiper brake hoses when servicing your wiper brake.
The NRS wiper brake kits are the best you can get. After replacing mine the screeching went away and they always park where they should. I just saw your video on the difference between summer air and winter air in the tires and I'm about to change to the summer air. Wish me luck it looks like a pretty good project.
Got to admire the dedication to this. Can't wait to change my wiper brakes.
Going the extra mile to ensure you've removed all possibility of confusion. Cracking job
I had this done to my vehicle right around the time I had a prescription windshield installed. Those two repairs has made my driving experience so much better!
Now your comment has me in stitches. BTW, prescription windshields are a terrific anti theft😂😂😂
I KNEW IF I SEARCHED THE INTERNET LONG ENOUGH I'D FIND MR. MAGOO! I see your using a pseudonym. 😉 Don't worry I won't blow your cover.
Oh man, prescription windshield!
I was hoping Rx Windshields would be covered by my health insurance, but nope. 😡
@Mike Risner blasted insurance companies! Bums.🤣
So that’s why my wipers weren’t working properly! I finally found the reason after searching so much for a fix, and it is as easy as it looks on the video to do this.
Thanks again ChrisFix!
Your April fool video are absolutely amazing….. when you came to the market with the Blinkerfluid…. I couldn’t stop laughing! Well done Chris! You nailed it!
I need to say this but thanks for making this videos for us to follow and you have saved us all a lot of money
Ps LOVE YOU AND UR CONTENT ❤
I remember how back in the day the windscreen wipers had manual wiper brakes and were much harder to operate. Nowadays it's so easy to operate them with power wiper brakes. Also make sure to check wiper brake fluid
Hey Chris! I would love a video on how to repair or replace a splash guard plate/slid plate. A lot of other people's videos assume you know what to do to replace bolts etc, and I'm just not that handy! Your videos are my car maintenance bible! (EVEN YOUR JOKE VIDEOS lol)
I'm also wondering if you could do a video on how to safely raise a vehicle at home to perform work -- if you don't have one already. I didn't do an in-depth search for that one but a couple search terms didn't pop anything up.
Thanks for the video ideas!
I think it’s also important to note, is that running your windshield wipers when it’s dry out can cause the rotors to possibly warp. Great video and informative as always, thanks Chris.
At the dealership this is one of the first things recommended for replacement every ten thousands wipes. If they start to stick it could cause the car to pull to one side, becoming a safety hazard. I believe they have a special wiper fluid that helps, but you should still replace, just to make sure. For them to do it, it is pretty pricey. So pay attention !
WOW I've only worked on older ford tucks and did not know this was a thing. If not for you Chris, I totally would have called BS on wiper breaks right up there with blinker fluid. Thanks for the education😂😂.
A good tip is to put a little bit of of elbow grease at the base of the wiper shaft before inserting the wiper brake rotor, makes it much easier to remove the rotor when it need to be replaced
I really should have watched this when it came out 😅 i had put it off, forgot about it and now i feel silly. Im only just starting my journey into the world of cars, after years of putting it off. Thanks for the laugh and all the help you provide with your videos, it has helped ease my nerves working on my 2008 xtrail. Respect to you, all the way from down under.
The timing on the wipers moving right when you need them to was amazing. Was someone hiding under the driver seat or did you just perfectly time it with your long your line was?
The amount of time that went into putting this all together I respect a lot
You’re a life saver !
Could you please make a video explaining how to change the indicator light oil?
I notice a lot of cars with non-working indicators - probably due to lack of lubrication.
Awesome. All of your videos are great, because there precise, have all the information one would need to complete the job yourself and best of all, you dont waste anytime at all. But this video is my favorite, by far.
Awesome video as always everytime i check my wiper brakes i also make sure my blinker fluid is good
This was very nice to know. Hope you show us how to properly adjust the timing of the window regulator engines next year. Cause mine seems to be off and the windows are stuck.
Hi Chris, it would be really nice if you could make a video about basic tools that you need to have in order to fix car problems. If you have such a video, I would appreciate it if you could send me a link.
I have a video on exactly that, check it out: clip-share.net/video/rCOgrIPFxIY/video.html
Nothing less than 100% commitment here. You can tell Chris is a man of integrity. Also, no time like now to change your blinker fluid, there's a video in here from around the same time of year showing that process.
Haha thank you! Every video will always be 110% commitment!
Make sure you get the correct season of headlight fluid for your location. No one wants their head lights boiling over or freezing in the middle of a cruise
Literally came up as recommendation after watching this video
Please be extra careful when replacing blinker fluid, if it gets in your eye you might end up blinking for hours on end! Don't ask how i know...
dont forget, remember to replace your piston return springs
Thanks so much for doing this video. I've been waiting so long for someone on youtube to show how to replace the windshield wiper brakes. Mine went bad about 6 months ago and I've been dealing with it for a while now, and I'm not ready to pay $600 to get them replaced. I always loved your channel. Could you also do a video on how to replace your spark plug coolant?
I enjoy every April fools day thanks to this channel. As someone who does lots of work on my personal vehicles I know that these are jokes. Yet somehow I begin to question myself with how detailed these videos are and start to think engines have return springs.
feels like yesterday I was watching this man do plumbing, you've come so far Chris!
I love your videos, your energy is unmatched
finally! was waiting for a tutorial for this ! TY ! VERY HELPFUL
Omg, Chris really took this video to the next level, the amount of work and quality put into a fun video like this just shows how dedicated Chris is to youtube and his audience.
Car maintenance is an important topic
@beantown_billy We must avoid silliness.
What fun video? This is a real maintenance video, you gotta replace them every 3000 miles just like your oil.
finally found a video showing me how to replace them! I've been looking forever for this tutorial! thank you Chris fix!
I always have my wiper rotors turned when I replace the pads. It’s a pain but worth it to prevent premature wear.
what a legend! love the details you paid attention to.
I prefer drum brakes for this application as they last much longer, although being in the UK there's plenty of rain to top up the atmospheric pressure water-cooled system drums come with :)
This was an easy repair. i also did my blinker fluid and and muffler bearing while i was at it.
honestly just buy regular wiper brakes rather than slotted since they'll most likely last a lot longer and get more bang for your buck
Agreed for a street car but since this is a drift car, I decided to go with performance parts.
@ChrisFix them wiper brakes are the best performance mod. 😂
@ChrisFix need performance wipers for those Gs you're pulling on the track
@chirsfix how often do these brakes last on your average car? Should I change my soon?
I can't believe that I watched this video in full, being a so-called "Car Guy"...
It's such a well detailed video that everyone can trust you with this fix, Mr.Chris Fix! Unlike that blinker fluid scam guy...
Whoo! Glad I didn't fall for that😂
Most helpful. Most people never change their wiper brakes or even flush the wiper brake fluid.
When I was younger these were the types of things that made me anxious to get my first car and having to worry about all the meticulous little things 😅 Now I watch these kinds of videos and have a good laugh!
Awesome video, I wish I could be in the store when someone asked for those brake pads 😂
Hi Chris! I regularly follow you on your Chanel , and for the first time, i was very sceptical about ( wiper brakes) , because for me, it seems like a simple joke of the first April, because I remember the work i did on my 2004 Pontiac Vibe, just for replace the rusty and broken wiper transmission linkage and adjust the wiper arms at the same time and the mechanic was more simple thant that.
I finally must admit that i was totally wrong about it, but i am at the same time very happy to not have that système on my car!😂👍
I love how you never fail to come with how to vids that no one else will tell you about. Cause of you I was able to change my blinker fluid wiper brakes muffler bearings and piston return springs. Thanks for all the time and money saving videos!!!
Hard to beat that blinker fluid one of years ago- but good try here!
Where can I buy a stronger than stock piston return springs my engine is running a little sluggish lately
Now that it is officially spring be sure to remove the winter air in your tires (don’t forget the spare) and refill with fresh spring air!😂😂
Piston return spring! Lol. There’s a Clip-Sharer that actually tried that. Lol
@Adam Garrity Return Spring, you missed the joke. Spring sends it back to the upstroke. Ring doesn’t
another well made video tutorial. nice work Chris
I honestly did not know this was a thing so thank you so much crisfix you increased my car knowledge!
I needed this to pass inspection thanks a million Chris!