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I suspected a bad gnd, but turned out to be a burned connection/pins in +12v feed from cntl to rear. Matt United States #14 Oct 6, 2009 Great find, I googled what was wrong, this was the first suggestion, exactly what was wrong. Its the whole HVAC unit itself. How to Identify These Fuses Packed in a 120 piece set, the fuse has a translucent, hard plastic, blue body with the amperage stamped into the top. Check This Out

Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Dominooo 27,425 views 2:36 How to use a Fluke 233 to test a rear window defroster - Duration: 4:21. Loading... you wonder why Americans buy Japanese and forgein cars.

Cavalier Rear Defrost Not Working

mar Saint Albans, VT #16 Dec 5, 2009 Junior wrote: Thanks Mar for the info. Customer Question I have a 2002 pontiac sunfire. Loading... OK ........so what is the fix?

And I won't even get started on the brake problems! The blk wire get bundled w/org elec-tape and runs in the rocker panel alone drivers side back to rear window grid connector on DS. Update Segments Specify New Used Make Select Make Model (optional) Select Model Update Model New Used Type Select Type SUV Sedan Truck Minivan Convertible Coupe Wagon Luxury Hybrid Crossover Hatchback Diesel Share your thoughts with the world Share on Facebook Now Don't show me this message again today.

Although the harness in this car was made south of the border (Mexico). Rear Window Defroster Not Working I would also check for any bad breaks in the lines. You will most likely find that connector melted. Jakob Fort Thomas, KY #18 Dec 14, 2009 mar wrote: Just finished repair...why the mfg version failed.

Sign in 1 Loading... Duane1297710-23-2008, 02:19 PMi'm having same problem with my 99 cavalier rear defrost. Check to make sure that the wires didn't get disconnected at the window itself. The blk wire get bundled w/org elec-tape and runs in the rocker panel alone drivers side back to rear window grid connector on DS.

Rear Window Defroster Not Working

It looks like you're new here. Ron N9QGS United States #19 Dec 25, 2009 Just repaired my friends 2003 Cavalier, exactly as you said, saw the color behind the carpeting, discolored connector, took connector apart, saw pin Cavalier Rear Defrost Not Working peanasky12-18-2008, 06:19 PMI dont know if its against the rules of the site,but if somebody could take a cellphone pic or something,of the connector by the kickplate for me,that i keep eddy Bronx, NY #20 Jan 17, 2010 thx MAR i fixed my daughters 99 cavalier rear defroster,e xactly the way you explained it you saved my a couple of hundreds,it cost

Dominooo 27,425 views 2:36 Cavalier rear defrost pt 2 - Duration: 2:29. his comment is here If not check the power supply there at the purple wire. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of 28 Thread: Rear defroster not working...(Update: Pulled fuse...WTF???!) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Told em I wanted it fixed and it wasn't.

  • The other smaller wires and connector pins where fine so I just left them alone.
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  • Too bad for me I bought that whole HVAC unit.

i started down by my left foot and followed it all the way back to the defroster. I suspected a bad gnd, but turned out to be a burned connection/pins in +12v feed from cntl to rear. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. this contact form Reply » Report Abuse Judge it!

check the output volts at the back of the HVAC unit to make sure its not the unit itself before you tear everything apart, and you didn't have power at the and I didn't feel like paying $300.00+ to getting it fixed.... MattsMotorz 14,902 views 7:56 Chevrolet Cavalier Rear Defroster Diagnostic/Problem - Duration: 3:03.

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Good Luck. Has anyone else had this type of problem? 0 · Share on Facebook jami_lea Posts: 1 September 2013 I have a 2000 Ponicac Sunfire. jakegday09-12-2008, 11:45 AMbump, anyone? Automotive Network, Inc., Copyright ©2016 Login|Contact Us Car Have a Car Question?

muff3409-06-2008, 09:09 PMIf no power at window I`d look for wiring corrosion/breaks behind the kick panel by your left foot ,as well as wires running front to back under door frame Make sure your repair is strong, there is a lot of current in this ckt and hence the reason why the mfg version failed. EDIT: OK since your name is GTP... Reply » Report Abuse Judge it!

theres a bulletin talking about a recall on them Concerns with Harbor Freight Tools "Storehouse" Branded Blade Type Fuses General Motors has become aware of a fuse recall by Harbor Freight Reply With Quote 01-02-2008,10:47 PM #3 ahuhn View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Global Moderator G6er 4 Life! Thanks for your comment! Join Date Jun 2007 Location Woodbury, CT Posts 23,837 Name Erik Year 2015 Make Chevrolet Model SS Trim Base Engine 6.2L V8 LS3 Transmission 6 Speed Manual Style Sedan Color Perfect

The rear defroster doesn't work. Just like you said it was the purple wire burnt. Thanks for kicking off the conversation! Notify me when there are new discussions.