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BATTERY WENT DEAD, CLICKING WHEN TRIED TO START IT. PUT NEW BATTERY IN NOW R WINDSHIELD WIPER WONT GO OFF AND AC WONT WORK

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Battery went dead because the rear windshield wiper didn't go off during the night, as soon as you put a new battery, the wiper start to working and won't stop. probably the switch out of order, A/C doesn't work, check the fuse.

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SOURCE: BATTERY WENT DEAD, CLICKING WHEN TRIED TO START

faulty windshield switch, if its does not go off the temporary solution is to remove the fuse/ ac not working, check fuse and ac relay

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