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this is easy, the fsm covers it, but you dont need it.
you grab any volt meter.
connect it to the grid, (20vdc range) and it read 12vdc on.
if it does the grid is bad
if not relay is bad ,the fuses, or the switch that turns on the relay is bad
all can be found easy with the $10 walfart voltmeter. VOM, or DMM)
do the one test, and post back, can peep the onion as deep as you want ,step by step. if want.
I don't think its supposed to clear off snow, only fog or condensation. Try to remove the snow, and see if it will clear the fog. The wires connecting the defroster to the window should be on the side of the window, or behind a cover somewhere. Look for something like this:
check the heating element (the metal traces on the window) for breaks. a break will cause the circuit to not be complete and power will not flow. if you find a break, there is repair kits for it at auto parts stores. also check fuses. just because the indicator lamp is illuminating does not mean that power is making it to the back of your vehicle.
is the window snow or ice covered? if so, you'll need to scrape the snow or ice off of it. the wiper blade may only have frozen to the glass. after windows clear,try picking up wiper away from the glass and then turn it on. use your rear defroster to keep this from ocurring again. if none of this works, check for blown fuse under the dash. if this works,please accept my soltion and thank you for choosing fixya.com
You Have one fuse for the wipers in the car. Left side of steering wheel and the back cover should list the fuses and location. The other box is located in the engine compartment above the battery. They should list the fuse locations under the compartment covering the fuses. Hope that helps
your problem is in the window..........if you are getting 12v to the wires that connect to the window the lines in the window must have a break in them ............. they must conduct the dc volts to complete the circut, the lines heat form the voltage running through them thus ridding your window of fog and ice hope this helps...........thanks for choosing FIX YA!