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Front wipers broken after heavy snow. can still hear motor running. just 0 wiper action. seem to be disconnected any ideas, defin. want to avoid dealer thanks

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A link in your windshield wiper transmission has either slipped out or broken off. You will have to open up the area below the wiper arms to inspect and see what exactly happened in there.

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