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Question by Linda
Submitted on 5/17/2007
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1997 Chevrolet Venture

Window wipers stop in up position, can we fix this?

Also driver window won't go down. Can we fix this?

Ever since trans was replaced, then found to almost be falling out we seem to be having problems.  The above, water pump, air conditioner, pump for rear air etc.  We have now put more money into the vehicle than it is worth, now we have to keep it. Bought it from my mom and dad.  My dad was religious about the maintenance on his vehicles. It is as if we bought someones lemon. But it was always trouble free until the TRANS went.

We have been living with the wipers and window just cannot afford much more expense.

Thanks Linda

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