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Audi Q7 rear wiper problem

Audi Q7 with 1000 miles on it- Had a heavy snow last week and as it melted and slid off the car, it broke the plastic cover thing on the rear windshield wiper
i was amazed to find it was a plastic cover!
do you know if this cover is standard issue or a part of an accessory package?
do you know what it it called?
any idea of the cost?
looked for a recall on the part- but did not find anything
thanks

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The windshield wiper circuit has an circuit breaker in it, under heavy load this breaker trips to protect the wiper motor, when the motor cools, the breaker resets automatically restoring proper wiper action.

Posted on Feb 24, 2012

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