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This morning after heavy snow and frost my wipers on my 1998 proton persona don,t work

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WIPER BLADES MORE LIKELY FROZEN STUCK. OR HAVE A LOT OF SNOW ON THEM. YOU HAVE TO CAREFULLY REMOVE SNOW OR ICE TO FREE WIPER BLADES THEN THEY WILL WORK AGAIN.

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