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Unread 02-23-2010, 08:32 PM   #1
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Question about rear defrost

In a cold rainy day could not see S**T through rear "hard top window". My rear window does not have the defrost grid. Do I have to get a window with de defrost grid and then wire it or it can be added to the existing window. There is a kit or something?
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Unread 02-23-2010, 09:09 PM   #2
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IDK about a new window, but an easy fix would be park in a garage. I parked outside overnight and I couldn't see anything, too much fog on the windows. parked inside, problem fixed.
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I put that Rain-x anti-fog stuff on the inside of my back window and both back side windows and it works great and cost less than $5 and only took 2 mins to apply. I had the same problem before but now never have fog...even when we got 2 feet of snow...
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In a cold rainy day could not see S**T through rear "hard top window". My rear window does not have the defrost grid. Do I have to get a window with de defrost grid and then wire it or it can be added to the existing window. There is a kit or something?
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If you do install one of those kits, consider doing a "how-to" write-up (with pictures, naturally!) and a review with your opinions on it's performance.

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You are most welcome!

If you do install one of those kits, consider doing a "how-to" write-up (with pictures, naturally!) and a review with your opinions on it's performance.

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