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Original equipment rear auto glass is not designed to have the "heating element" removed...these lines are imbedded into the glass during production. If your current rear defogger is not working, you have a few options. You can replace the entire rear glass (very costly), you can add a new aftermarket defogger strip and connect to original equipment wiring...(maybe to many lines for your viewing...or you can add a rear blower motor vent to the rear shelf...(most effective, aftermarket kits are vailable, probably your best choice to address a need for a rear window defogger. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 02, 2013
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