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Windshield wiper on car iced up during snow/driving could not see

2000 Pontiac Bonneville windshield wiper on driver's side iced up while driving in snow at night, 18 degrees outside, driver could not see out of his side of the windshield (iced over using windshield wiper)

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    driver side windshield wiper was damaged with snow. It is now so loose that it flops, yet does not move with other wiper

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You can usually avoid that by using a good quality winter mix washer fluid that resists freezing, making sure the wipers are cleared of ice before beginning the drive and using the defroster to keep the windshield warm. In extreme conditions you just need to pull over and manually clean the ice off by hand.(only do that where it's safe). There are also specially designed wiper blades that will also help a bit.

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