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My 1999 audi a3 front wipers only mover half way accross the screen and then stop, do i have to go to a audi dealer to get them fixed as they are wanting to charge £99 just to tell me the problem!

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Check out this link: http://www.audiworld.com/tech/misc44.shtml

If you need the entire wiper assembly it should cost like £50-60 or somthing like that.

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