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Re: 04 impala rear defroster quit working
There is a Fuse for this either in the Panel inside the Car or inside theFuse Relay Box under the Hood. Let me know if you need more Help! Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help I can get! Thanks!
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Using an ohm meter go to the grid on the window and first press one lead on the left strip that runs down the window and the other lead on the right strip that runs down the window and check for continuity. If you get a reading use a magnifier and study all the horizontal lines running from end to end. Chances are something scratched the window or during the summer, heat shrank the lines. If you find a cut or scratch, using the ohm meter put one lead on one side of the break and the other lead on the other side of the break If you get continuity then there's your sign.... I mean your problem You can buy a liquid to fix it with.
first of all see if there is any power from switch to rear window. if there is power to rear window, then the heater grid may be bad. if no power from switch, first check the fuse for rear window defroster. if fuse is ok, then replace switch, if no ower is going out of it.
The top part is the antenna. If the whole thing doesn't work ck this out.
My defroster quit too. I found a wire burned in the connector that is found under the fuse box that is located inside the car on the passenger side kick panel. You have to remove the entire kick panel to access the large white connector not just the fuse door. The panel just unsnaps as you lift up and out. Start from the panel seam beside the passenger seat and lift up and back. You'll also have to unsnap the carpet there too. You'll see the white connector that has a lot of wires on it. If you'll unsnap the connector you'll see the burned wire. It will be thicker than the others and purple. Just cut the purple wire on both sides of the connector and splice them together with a piece of wire the same gauge and it will work fine.