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Rear defrost doesn't work and the light stays on alll the time

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Check to see if fuses are all good and the wire to the back window is not damaged also the element strips on window are not damaged they make repair kits sold at autopart store if all is good is it possible to check power at the switch possibly bad switch let me know how you make out

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