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Old 12-04-2005, 15:01   #1 (permalink)
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Re: how to reattach defroster lead to rear window?

"john" <agner1@hotmail.com> wrote:

> The little lead plate on the wire which attaches to the defroster grid
> on the rear window (driver's side of rear) of my Ford Windstar came
> off. I reglued it with the glue you use to reattach a rearview
> mirror to the glass. While the lead stayed on the glass, it did not
> make contact. When i took a voltmeter and attached one end to the
> lead and the other to the grid, i got a reading, so the current is
> good to the lead (or grid at least). Any suggestions on how to get
> the current to flow through the crazy glue, or do i need to use some
> of that copper paint to paint over the lead and have it make contact
> with the grid wires? Please email replies to johnagner@hotmail.com
> and thanks.
>
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There are repair kits for that, that conduct current. Crazy glue doesnt
conduct current

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