Chevrolet Tahoe Problem Report
Chevrolet Tahoe Rear Window Defogger Wire Terminal Broken Off of Window Glass
The rear window defogger may stop working due to a wire terminal broken off of the rear glass. Our technicians tell us that terminal can be reattached using a special glue or silver solder.
Rear window defogger wire terminal broken off of window glass,need 2 know what kind of special glue 2 use and where 2 get it? - amd1271
Right wire terminal broke off and is now freely hanging. - Visitor
Rear window defogger wire broke off they tried to fix had to order new window. The window is new never open opened the windo hatch and it broke again on the new window two months after it was installed - Visitor
I have not had it fixed - Visitor
Rear defroster wire detached at right solder joint. - Visitor
Not sure when or how, but the rear defogger wire on the driver's side broke off. - Visitor
The rear window defogger wire terminal became detached from the solder location on the rear window. I have not had it repaired yet. - Visitor
terminal not attached to window. - Visitor
the defrost wire detached in the rear window - Visitor
I have the same issue but don't know what to do to fix it. Seems like the current suggestions arent working for others. Hoping someone finds a quick fix soon as winter is quickly coming. - Visitor
I tried the solder route and it didn't work. Then went to an auto parts store and bought the adhesive and that didn't work either. - Visitor
If you cannot find the special terminal glue at your local auto parts store you can re-solder the connector using silver solder which has a lower melting point than regular rosin core solder. - Jim Taddei
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