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    i'm eventually replaceing my wiper linkage with new & motor, as the dealer would not sell trhe linkage on its own, i have doenloaded the how 2, but can anyone help with how I remove the plastic cover (skirt) it seems to be attached to the windscreen, wipers off all OK just a prob with the skirt

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    its got a plastic insert that runs along the base on the screen ! put your finger under one end and tug upward ! should start to come away !

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    cheers

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    your welcome ! just remember to make sure you put it back on so its even at either end ! you'll see what i mean if it is'nt !!

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    Be careful when removing it, the screens stress crack rather easily on Vecs for some reason.

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    http://forum.vectra-c.com/showthread...70&#post252370

    Following on from what veccy22 said, you just need to run something like a plastic wedge, or similar, between the screen and the scuttle panel (water deflector) to release it from the screen.

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    thanks all........I'll be trying later if this bl***y rains ever stops

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