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Q: Windshield wipers not working

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The windshield wipers are not working. In addition, I need a transmission and air conditioner compressor.

There are many different reasons for your windshield wipers not functioning correctly. It sounds like you need a qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, to stop by and inspect your windshield wipers, A/C compressor and transmission to see what needs to be repaired.

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