A/C and Wiper Fluid Motor Stopped Working

Tiny
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1. My A/C went out over the winter. It worked perfectly fine and when I tried turning it on this spring, the cold air didn't blow out. I have checked about everything and the only thing I can think of it could be is some kind of wiring. PLEASE HELP!
2. All of my wipers work, but fluid won't spray out the front. It works just fine in the back. Checked the motor and no power is going to the motor. I'm guessing this is something wiring. PLEASE HELP!
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Tiny
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CHECK FUSES!........WASHER AND A/C.......SEE IF BOTH OF THE UNITS MAY HAVE GOTTEN UNPLUGGED

CAN YOU HEAR THE WASHER MOTOR RUNNING? (KEY ON, CAR OFF, TRY IT)

IF IT RUNS, THE NOZZLES MAY HAVE TRASH IN THEM----UNDO THE HOSE AT THE NOZZLE...DOES IT SQUIRT OUT OF THE HOSE?
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A/C........IF YOU ARE NOT MECHANICAL OR DON'T HAVE A MECHANICAL PAL.....SEEK A PROFESSIONAL FOR THE A/C ISSUE

SOMETIMES YOU DEVELOP A SMALL LEAK IN THE SYSTEM....THE FREON MAY TOTALLY BE GONE, OR IT MAY BE A "TAD" LOW, AND THE "LOW PRESSURE SWITCH" (A SAFETY SWITCH THAT SHUTS OFF THE POWER IF THE GAS GETS LOW)

SO REALLY----YOU JUST MIGHT NEED A LITTLE FREON TO MAKE THE SWITCH TURN ON.....THEN "PROPERLY" FILL THE SYSTEM UP TO WHERE IT SHOULD BE

SOME DIY FREON CANS HAVE "STOP LEAK" AND SOME HAVE DYES TO AID IN FINDING A LEAK

I'M GONNA GIVE YOU A VIDEO TO CHECK OUT..........DO NOT TRY THIS AT ALL IF YOU DO NOT FULLY UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS!!!!!....SEEK OUT A PRO!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWN6oX3jtOY

THIS DOES NOT MEAN....HOOK UP AND SHOOT IT ALL IN!........NOR DOES IT MEAN, IF IT IS FULL.....SQUIRT IT IN ANYWAY................YOU MAY CAUSE DAMAGE IF YOU OVERFILL IT

YOU CAN GET THIS STUFF AT POPULAR AUTO PARTS STORES.....IN MY REGION, ADVANCE AUTO PARTS HAS THIS PARTICULAR BRAND

LET US KNOW HOW IT GOES

THE MEDIC
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