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It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.
|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2005 Saab 9-7x||$251||$180.58||$70.00||13%||$288.08|
|2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser||$258||$187.60||$70.00||12%||$295.10|
|2012 Ford E-150||$271||$200.59||$70.00||12%||$308.09|
|2014 BMW 640i Gran Coupe||$693||$608.80||$84.00||6%||$737.80|
|2009 BMW 128i||$508||$388.76||$119.00||11%||$571.51|
|2009 BMW M3||$600||$431.95||$168.00||13%||$689.95|
A windshield wiper consists of a pivoting arm with a long rubber blade. The wiper motor is an electrical device that moves the wiper blades automatically for better visibility in all weather conditions.
If the wipers do not turn on, have your wiper system inspected as soon as possible for safe driving in inclement weather.
Windshield wipers are responsible for keeping your windshield clean and dry in adverse weather conditions. When you pull the lever on your steering column to activate your windshield wipers, the windshield wiper motor begins to spin. This motor powers the rubber windshield wiper blades, which run across the windshield and remove any water and debris. When the windshield wiper motor dies, there will be no power to the windshield wiper blades, and they’ll stop moving. As a result, your windshield will not be cleaner or dried off, and you will have virtually no visibility if you are driving in the rain, snow, or dust.