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Q: Air conditioning, speedometer, and rear wipers stopped working

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After repairs, my air conditioning, speedometer, and rear wipers stopped working correctly.

To answer this fully, I would need more information as to what the original problem was and what repairs were performed. This sounds like a case of a shorted wire somewhere as these systems you listed are normally unrelated. A qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, will be able to inspect your electrical circuits and make repairs to get everything working again.

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