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Username Post: 2008 Yukon rear defroster        (Topic#353594)
scotty40 
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10-24-18 04:33 PM - Post#2749479    

One of my corded wires came off my rear defroster. Is there a way to re epoxy it back on??



 
Shepherd 
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10-24-18 04:56 PM - Post#2749482    
    In response to scotty40

There is an epoxy based kit that may work, most parts stores carry them.



 
rockfangd 
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10-26-18 07:55 PM - Post#2749649    
    In response to Shepherd

If the wire broke off or the solder joint broke off you should be able to solder it back on.
MAke sure you use rosin to help it take nicely

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10-27-18 09:51 AM - Post#2749696    
    In response to scotty40

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