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I am having a couple of problems with my 96 ST and i am a bit worried. The first is the car seems to rev loads when i put my footdown but there is no power like there used to be then all off a sudden the power comes and the car shoots off. The second is when i have my heater on my screen on full for a long period of time the first to settings on the wippers stop working if then change the heater direction or turn it down they will start to work again after a few minuetes. I am really worried about it at the moment after all the trouble i had with my Paseo earlier this year any help would be great thanks.

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I am having a couple of problems with my 96 ST and i am a bit worried. The first is the car seems to rev loads when i put my footdown but there is no power like there used to be then all off a sudden the power comes and the car shoots off.  The second is when i have my heater on my screen on full for a long period of time the first to settings on the wippers stop working if then change the heater direction or turn it down they will start to work again after a few minuetes. I am really worried about it at the moment after all the trouble i had with my Paseo earlier this year any help would be great thanks.

When you say the car revs and has no power - it is moving forward at all? Sounds a bit like a slipping clutch to me.

As for the window wiper heater thing......god only knows what goes on in car electrics....good luck

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ok thanks alot for the advice will get some one to do it for me then. I normally dont mind having a go at things but i had a feeling this would be hard. When i told my dad he said there was no way he would touch it. Hopefully should not cost to much to get it done.

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