Q: How do I fix a stuck wiper?

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How do I fix a stuck wiper?

Your windshield wipers will stop operating if snow, ice, or debris is in their way. This occurs to protect the wiper motor from overexerting. If this happens, stop your vehicle, and remove any snow, ice, or debris that is in the path of the wipers.

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