The latest ones I bought have a clip, NOT the "holes" we are used to.
> Be sure to have the blade 'locked in' to the wiper assembly. If you
> look real close, near the end of the rubber wiper, at the end of the
> channel which the wiper hooks slide into, there is a square hole which
> hook needs to be locked into. It takes a bit of force, but once the blade
> is in this position, it is not going anywhere. Also make sure the metal
> re-inforcing spring inserts are oriented in the blade so the bow of the
> inserts goes out at the middle of the blade. This give the correct
> pressure along the face of the blade.
> Dave Lawson email@example.com