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My rear defrost on my 1999 z22 cavalier does't

My rear defrost on my 1999 z22 cavalier does'nt work

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First you may want to check the fuse then it is it good you may want to check or replace your relay.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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My 2005 chevy cavalierZ22 when wet all hands on cluster go up and stay their and when dry they go back to normel why is that.

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