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So my stock rear window fan just decided to quit. 

Strange. I wasn’t using it to burn it out.

All the wires to the motor and switch are undisturbed. But I don’t see a fuse anywhere. Is there one?

 

 Thanks 

Paul

 

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The RR defroster is probably one of the least used options. The switches tend to not work from lack of use. They can be taken apart carefully and cleaned. The motor tends to not work from lack of use. Also can be taken apart and lubed/cleaned. Fuse is off the reverse lights and turn signals. Low speed uses a resistance wire. Check for 12V at motor with switch on high. If none go to switch. And check shop manual page 120-128!

 

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2 hours ago, JZRIV said:

The RR defroster is probably one of the least used options.

 

Well, Goldie doesn't have one, so this one issue I won't need to worry about!  :P  On the other hand, since I've used the one in my GP exactly zero times since I've owned it I'll have to give it a try next time I'm in the garage...  ;)

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16 hours ago, EmTee said:

 

Well, Goldie doesn't have one, so this one issue I won't need to worry about!  :P  On the other hand, since I've used the one in my GP exactly zero times since I've owned it I'll have to give it a try next time I'm in the garage...  ;)

LoL 

 

I'm like a kid in the toy store every time I drive the Riv.

Gotta play with everything.

Never gets old, eh?

 

I'm still itchin for a loaded boat tail...but the prices are absurd these days.

 

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