There are several factors beyond normal use that contribute to windshield wipers wearing out over time. The elements, including the sun’s UV rays, degrade the rubber or synthetic material on a daily basis. Trauma from debris, ice and dirt can cause micro cracks and tears on your wipers.
All of these factors lessen the effectiveness of your wipers when you need them the most. Small windshield streaks or wiper “slipping” or “jumping” can be signs that your wipers should be replaced.
Finding the right size and dependable wipes can be challenging. Below you will find a wiper blade size chart for all years of Dodge Challenger.
About the Dodge Challenger
The Challenger made its debut in 1969 with the 1970 model year. It had a muscle-car look with a comfortable interior, compared to the class.
The second generation came out in 1978. This version had a smaller engine and brighter paint colors. Dodge used the technology of the time to greatly reduce engine vibration. Drivers continued to add custom striping and designs to their Challengers.
The third generation sped onto the roads in 2008. Dodge went back to the Challenger’s roots and based this dynamic car on the early years of the brand. The powerful engine was back with a commanding body style that took the roads by storm. Its menacing wheels and front-forward grill are prominent as the car approaches.
Owners have enjoyed cockpit-style design and seating in the Challenger. Dodge takes pride in creating a comfortable and responsive driving experience. Drivers can feel confident to take long road trips with minimal outside noise in the Challenger.
Drivers get high performance with the latest safety and technology features. A unique feature includes rain brake support that removes water from the brake pads when the windshield wipers are activated. Other features include hill descent control, and an all-speed traction and stability element that applies brakes and reduces engine power to help the driver regain control of the car.
Other cars in this exhilarating class include the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Nissan Z and a sister car, the Dodge Charger. Step up to the SRT Demon variant and your competitors include the Chevy Corvette, Ford Mustang GT500, and Porsche 911.
See Also: Dodge Durango, Dodge Journey, Dodge Neon, Dodge Avenger
Dodge Challenger Wiper Blade Size Chart