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My rear wiper does not work what may be the problem? Also I don't think my rear defrost works what may be the problem?

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Rear wiper check list check fuse or relays or wiring last check the motor its self
window defrost check list fuse relays also check along the matrix of the window this is the liney bits that go from one end to the other for breakes in it check to make sure that the wires and connectors are still atached and still solderd to window this is a common place for them to fail hope this helps ivan

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