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Wiper not working

I have 1994 C220 mercedeze. last year when it snowed heavy. i turned on my wiper to brush the snow off. it worked and then stopped and never worked after that. i think i hear the motor running but wiper dont move at all.

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Sounds like you damaged the gear drive that operates the wiper arms, time for new wiper motor assembly is my guess. Don't use the wipers to brush off snow, very bad idea, the drive gears are plastic and on this old dog very brittle from age.

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    Marvin Oct 06, 2016

    I would need to see the printout of the emission test to help.

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