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Rear defogger is not working

The computer was reflashed at a nissan dealer due to a faulty code for a evap cannister and now my rear defogger is not working. the connections are made at the rear windshield and th 20 amp fuse is good and the light goes on. help

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Check the clips...sometimes they do corrode. check if there is voltage present when you turn on the defogger. if there is voltage, then the defogger itself is faulty. it could just be a loose connection at the clip.

watch out, the clip is very hard to pull.

if there is no voltage, then trace the circuit , it could be a bad relay or fuse.


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The EVAP codes you are getting are directly related to your

\'vent control valve\'. This is VERY COMMON on this generation

Maxima. Up under yer car behind the left rear wheel is your

EVAP canister. (black plastic box) Your vent control valveis

bolted directly to this canister, with 2 screws. There should

be a vacuum line connected to it. Be sure it IS, and that it

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These valves are notorious for going bad, even more

so than the ignition coilpacks! They dont cause any

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makes that MIL light on the dash flash...

It\'ll cost ya about $60 from the dealer.. have yer VIN ready..

there are 2 different ones for this generation: 1 with a nipple

and o-ring, the other with no nipple (requires separate o-ring).

Part #\'s: 14935-54u04 OR 14935-54u06



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