Step 2: Using the flathead screwdriver, release the retaining clip that holds the wiper arm to the vehicle.
Step 3: You can now fully remove the wiper arm.
NOTE: Most wiper arms will not include new wiper blades, so you will need to transfer the blades from the old arm to the new one. This process takes just a few seconds, and usually requires only sliding the blade from one arm to the other.
Step 4: Put the wiper arm mount on the mounting stud, and with a firm tap, you can lock the arm into place.
This process is the same for both sides.
These Part Change / Installation Instructions Apply to
99 1999, 98 1998, 97 1997, 96 1996, 95 1995, 94 1994, 93 1993, 92 1992, 91 1991, 90 1990, 89 1989, 88 1988 Chevrolet Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Truck and SUV Wiper Arm Replacement Instructions