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Old 01-26-2010, 02:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have problem with front deicer(somewhere called defogger) which is on the front windshield(on the botom black part, where wipers are), and use to heat up and deice wipers.

I found connector c110 which lead to it(beside plastic cover for A\C filter) and it has blue(+) and black(-) wire. When I turn defoger(heater) for rear\front\mirrors I get 12V(test bulb light on c110), but resistance of heater is ~3K ohm which is too much for heater. If the heater is broken then there would be infinite resistance.
Here is picture of part of heater with solded wires for connector.



Does it have some other thing beside, which cant be seen on foto, becouse on electric diagram it is shown thet c110 is directly connected to heater\deicer.
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This device is something that is not used in North America. I looked in GM SI but I don't have access to European markets. I'm assuming that it works similar to a rear window defogger. If your test light is lit at the connector going in to the window, and your ground coming out of the window is OK, the window itself is causing the high resistance and will need to be replaced.
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...I'm assuming that it works similar to a rear window defogger.
It's switcing on on the same taster for defrosting mirrors and rear window. But in el.diagram it is shown one extra reley only for it. I wonder is there some bimetal under the window which switch it on bellow zero?
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