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Have a 2019 Honda CR-V Tour, owners manual (p. 591) shows how to replace the wiper blade rubber on the wiper.
But I can find only part numbers for entire assembly; driver, 650 mm, 76620-TLA-A02 and passenger, 425 mm, 76630-TLA-A02.
Anyone know the part numbers for the replacement rubber ?
Thanks. Bob
 

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I had a passenger refill lying about since we accidentally only gave the dealer the driver's to install (I'd picked them up at parts but hadn't gotten around to installing them). We gave it to the tech when I was in for routine maintenance this past Saturday. They didn't invoice me but installed it anyway.
 

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Like so many things with vehicles.. different owners have different preferences. There are plenty of choices on Amazon to choose from and as long as you are a prudent shopper (avoid scalping merchants) you will get them at a fair price.

Personally, I have been using RainX for years and they work fine. I get them from Costco when they have them in stock and keep at least one extra pair in storage for when they are needed. I replaced them on my 2017 at 18 months. In my case I replace both the blade and the arms as they are easy to get as an integrated set and are easy to swap out the arms. The RainX have performed as good as the originals on my CRV.

Just keep in mind... the spring actions on the wipers are very strong on the newer Hondas, and so whether replacing the arm and blade of just the blade... be sure to put down a thick towel on your windshield, because if you lose your grip on the wiper for any reason and it snaps back to the window without a blade on it... you very likely will crack your windshield. I have seen a number of posts on the internet about people cracking their windshields due to losing grip on the blade assembly and it crashing down onto the windshield. Personally, I learned this lesson many years ago when windshields were more robust. Just put a nice thick towel or high density foam to avoid any issue when messing with the wiper blades.
 

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I keep the original and thank me later...
I ordered say three pair for a low price then pay highway prices. Just have to do your homework if asked
 

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that is a decent price I got mine online at a shop around that. two sets though.
 
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just bought a pair from Costco.... $8.99 each (michelin).... the whole thing, not just the refill.
Those are a great choice for all weather needs, as they do not accumulate snow and ice like some of the beam wiper blades do. The only downside is they do not get the benefit of the rear spoilers that tend to push the blades downward on the window when traveling at speed on the newer beam style blade assemblies.

Personally, I am a fan of replacing the entire blade assembly rather then just the refills on these newer vehicles...as the newer beam style blade assemblies do not seem to hold up as well to sun and extreme weather over time.

I think I may try a set of Bosch Icons next time around as I put a pair on my wife's Accord recently and they work really well for her.
 

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We have a '19 CR-V Touring and needed new wiper blades. Went online and places like AutoZone & Advance wanted over $75 to replace all 3 blades. Went to the dealer and they replaced all 3 with inserts for $21.67 and installed for free.
 

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$20.00 is the price for three refills as a kit for me
 
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