Your Chrysler wiper arm is what your wiper blade is attached to. Powered by the motor, your Chrysler wiper arm moves your wiper blade across the windshield, wiping away precipitation, dirty road splash, and other substances and things that interfere with your vision, as well as keeps the right amount of pressure on the blade, ensuring that it is able to perform correctly. If your Chrysler wiper arm becomes bent, then it is unable to apply the degree of pressure necessary to the blade or will do so in an uneven fashion, which will detract from its ability to clear the windshield efficiently and completely. When the Chrysler wiper arm becomes bent, it is often due to one of those incidents that you know in the back of your mind that you probably shouldn't do - like using the wipers to clear snow and ice from the windshield instead of standing outside, shivering in the bitter cold with the scraper - but, do anyway. Not only can using your Chrysler wiper arm as a snow and ice removal devise bend the arm itself, it can also strip the gear that transfers the power of the wiper motor to the arm and can even burn out that motor. It is not a good idea, but you probably knew that already. You'll find a replacement Chrysler wiper arm of excellent quality and at an affordable price in our well put together online catalog, and when you enter your year and model, you'll see a list of replacement options meant specifically for your particular vehicle. Getting your new Chrysler wiper arm on its way to be delivered right to your doorstep is as easy as completing the secure and streamlined online ordering process or making a fast toll-free telephone call.