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The Rear Wiper Delete Kit for the 4th generation Mazda 3 is a great way to give your car a cleaner look. The kit includes all the necessary parts to remove the rear wiper arm and internal motor, which not only improves the aesthetics of your car but also reduces weight. Say goodbye to that unsightly wiper arm and enjoy a sleeker rear hatch.
The CorkSport Wiper Delete is a product of the Pacific Northwest and is made using high-quality materials. The kit is crafted from 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum and features an anodized black finish, as well as a laser-engraved CS logo. The wiper delete kit comes with adhesive foam to ensure a waterproof seal and stainless steel hardware to securely attach the kit to your vehicle.
Installation of the CorkSport Wiper Delete Kit is straightforward and can be done with basic tools. The kit includes detailed, color step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process. Additionally, if you ever need to reinstall your rear wiper arm and motor, the kit does not involve any permanent modifications, making it easy to return your Mazda 3 to its original configuration.
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It will take you 30 minutes to install the 2019-up Rear Wiper Delete with our easy-to-use instructions.
30 Minute Install Time
The instructions do not apply entirely to the Mazda 3 2023 model. See step 7. Any suggestions on how to remove the rear hatch lock?
Good morning was just wondering if this would work on a cx3 and if not do us this this is something us would consider doing for this model.
Fitment has not been confirmed on the CX3
I haven’t gotten the kit yet - Is it expressly necessary to reinstall the windshield wiper motor (and it’s bracket)? I’d rather avoid any unnecessary weight so the hatch lid is a bit lighter to lift.
You do not reinstall the bracket or motor after installing the plug.
Does this fit the CX30? You've had 8 months to take 10 minutes to find out.
This part has not been fitted to the CX30 yet.
2019+ Mazda 3 Hatch Models
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