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Rear window heating element does not work, when we turn it on we hear a click down by the drivers side? Actual rear window is not damaged in anyway.

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Test for power and ground at the glass connections, when turned on... Typically someone cleaning the inside glass scratches the film and no longer will it conduct current...

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