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2006 chevy trailblazer rear defroster not working, cannot locate fuse?

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There was a recall on this, take to the dealer and they will replace the whole socket on this.

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You might wanna check and make sure the heater switch didn't go bad. It could even be the blower motor itself.

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Hi there. I assume you don't have a owner's manual, or know where the fuse box is...

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it sounds as though you've got a wiring problem with your rear liftgate. this would cause the pin switch to think it's still open instead of closed, and the power loss to the wiper assembly. check your fuses first to see if there are any blown. then check and make sure your ground wire for the rear liftgate is clean and tight and not broken.

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it sounds as though you've got a wiring problem with your rear liftgate. this would cause the pin switch to think it's still open instead of closed, and the power loss to the wiper assembly. check your fuses first to see if there are any blown. then check and make sure your ground wire for the rear liftgate is clean and tight and not broken.

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