Question about 2006 Volkswagen Jetta
There was probably melted snow around the wiper arm bottoms and there was just enough heat from the engine compartment to keep it melted, when you stopped for gas the heat went away and it froze solid. get the car good and warmed up and lay a thick towel or blanket over the wipers and the cowl area and let it sit for awhile and build up some heat in there and see if they start working again. also turn heat on defrost so you are heating it from both sides.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Believe it or not thats what the problem was.. never happend before... must have been a perfect 'storm' for this to occur. THanks. MKE wizconsin"
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