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MY REAR WINDOW DEFROST IS NOT WORKING ON MY 2006 CHEV IMPALA, IT WORKS VERY LITTLE

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I had this problem as well and my mechanic found it by fluke- on each side of the back window, about mid way up, is a wire attached to a metal "holder" on the window- one of mine had busted off so the current was not passing properly to each side as the circuit is now broken- I have not yet gfigured out how to have it fixed but maybe it will need to be sodddred back on?

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If there is a scratch across any of the little lines on the rear window all or part of the defroster will not work. It could also be a bad relay not allowing enough power to the rear.

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SOURCE: 2005 impala. Rear window defroster is not working

they have a fuse and a rely make sure the wire end is on the conector on the window

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