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Here at Scott Robinson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we operate a MOPAR certified service department with a dedicated express service lane where you can get a brand new set of the highest quality windshield wiper blades installed without an appointment by a certified technician as quickly and conveniently as possible. Simply bring your vehicle to our express lane, and we will get you in and out with a new set of wiper blades without making an appointment.
We have many customers from ?Redondo Beach, Carson, Gardena, and Long Beach, CA that choose us for all of their windshield wiper blade replacement services. They know the value of letting us do it as quickly and conveniently as possible. Simply stop by our express service lane in Torrance CA during operational hours, and we will have a certified technician remove the old blades and install brand new without an appointment.
We install factory OEM MOPAR wiper blades of the highest quality from our parts department, the same wipers as the originals installed during assembly. These blades have been tested rigorously to confirm fit and performance in your vehicle.
Given the essential safety function of wiper blades in clearing the windshield, their rubber design, and relatively short service life, they simply do not last for very long. For optimal visibility during adverse weather conditions, it is smart to replace them once or twice per year. However, if you notice any of the warning signs of needing to replace the wiper blades, it is wise to replace them no matter how old they are.
Everyone has been there – the season’s first adverse weather event strikes, you flip on the windshield wipers and find that they are not clearing the windshield ideally for optimum safety. This is preventable with proactive inspections and replacement. If you experience any of these warning signs, it is time to replace the wiper blades with brand new before the next adverse weather event: