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    Jeep Has A New Twist On The Windshield Wiper

    Jeep owners who really like to play in the mud are bound to like this new offering from  the Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) team at Mopar.  JJP is introducing new high-performance wiper blades to give drivers a cleaner view of the road. They're available for both the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator and the do-it-yourself installation kit works with 2018 model year or newer vehicles.

    Jeep says the new, more efficient wiper system clears the windshield quickly while using less washer fluid.  That's thanks to 12 laser-cut holes along each blade, which create wet jets that release washer fluid along the entire length, flooding the dirty windshield glass as the blade travels along its arc.  Dirt and debris are washed away on the first stroke. 

    With the vehicle’s standard spray nozzles disabled, Jeep says the JPP system uses less washer fluid while minimizing the flooded windshield “blind seconds” while driving. 

    “Our new, innovative JPP performance wiper blades quickly restore visibility while tackling the toughest trails by keeping the washer fluid where it belongs – on the glass,” said Mark Bosanac, North America senior vice president, Mopar service, parts and customer care. “Perfect for off-road or on-road driving, our new ultra-capable wiper blades are just one of the more than 500 quality-tested, factory-backed parts and accessories in our Jeep portfolio.”  

    2021-jeep-gladiator-rubicon-credit-jeep2021 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon. Credit: Jeep.

    The JPP performance wiper kit (Mopar part number PW100013AB) is available now in the U.S. and Canada for 2018 model-year and newer Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator models. The kit, which has a U.S. MSRP of $140, contains arms, blades and tubing required for initial installation, and you'll also get one set of replacement blades. Check out the Mopar e-Store for more info.

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