Prowler Stainless Steel
WIPER COWL COVER
Recommend Professional installation or two mechanically minded people for installation.
1 x Stainless Wiper Cowl
Before you permanently attach the new wiper cowl you will need to steady the washer fluid tank neck. This tank can sag causing the cap to pop off so you have been supplied with a stabilizer ring to solve this problem. Set the ring over the washer fluid neck and pull the neck all the way forward. Set the neck with the self tapping screw provided while holding this in place . Complete the rest of the installation. Then after the new cowl has been successfully installed push the cowl down just behind the neck and set this position with the self tapping screw provided.
2. Remove the two wiper arms by pulling the bolt plugs out of the arms base and unbolt. Carefully detach each of the two washer fluid supply lines and then gently jostle the arm loose and remove. Remove the washer fluid cap.
3. Remove the two screws to the far left and right ends of the factory cowl.
4. Prepare the upper edge of the factory cowl just below the rubber wind shield gasket first with household rubbing alcohol to remove any road dirt and grime. Then swipe once along this area with the adhesive promoter provided. This preparation will allow the new cover to attach along this edge for a nice gapless finish.
5. Position the new cover over the factory cover and take a look at the fit and overall shape of the new part. Although the new cover comes to you preformed it will be necessary to further shape the unit by hand to achieve a nice contoured fit along the top edge. The unit should sit flush at the center hole and lay flat to the factory holes at both ends. Keep in mind that the very ends of the new covers main body will not exactly match the molded shape of the factory wiper cowl but will overlay nicely to create a nice capped appearance.
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