Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 00:30:20 -0600
From: "Nate t. G." <ngoddardnopsamnect.net>
Subject: Re: Rear Window Defroster electrical weirdness................   :(


hello, have you tried looking to see if there is possibly a different correlation here? I presume your main purpose is warm it up and clearing off the frost? presuming the same - is it always warmer when it rains, then when you are just clearing off frost? mine sorta does something similar to yours, but its supposed to. usually when it rains, its warmer than if it was frosting up the window, thus the time it takes for the sensors to reach their intended heat and shut off the defroster is sooner, than a clear cool frosty morning. -- Nate t. G. '87 900 Turbo 16v Athlon 650 - NT4/W2K "Al nopsam.com>" <zacbeatti<nomorespam> wrote in message news:RE1N5.3684$df5.41607nopsam1.crdva1.bc.home.com... > Hi Folks, > > Hoping someone can help me out here. > > I have an 1988 900S and the rear window defroster is working intermittently. > When we've had good weather it works fine stays on for a period of time and > shuts off. But after or during a rain(of course when you need it the most) > It will not turn on, the dashboard light comes on when you push the button > but as soon as it's released it shuts off. If I continue to hold the button > down the system works, but again as soon as it's released it shuts off > again. The fuse isn't being blown so I don't think it is a short somewhere > but... why only when it rains??? Being in Vancouver BC Canada, well, it's > now winter and we're in for 5 months straight of it now.. <chuckle> > > Any ideas?? > > Thanks! > > Al > > remove the 'z' and '<nomorespam>' to reply > > >

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