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Unhappy 1994 GT conVertible Rear Defroster Problem

Hey, everyone . . . my friend (Blake) has a '94 GT 'Vert, and he's having a problem with his rear defroster, described as follows:

Well, it doesn't work. On the bottom corners of the back windshield area, one side has a wire hooked up . . . the other side has a prong like a wire would fit to. Should there be another wire to it? Has anyone else had a similar problem?

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I would think that there would be another wire hooked up to that side to complete the circuit. I'll have to wait and check mine when I get off work tonight.

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I would think that there would be another wire hooked up to that side to complete the circuit. I'll have to wait and check mine when I get off work tonight.
Awesome, any luck finding out?
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Awesome, any luck finding out?
Totally forgot. I'll go outside and check it in a bit.
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....my '94 has...

exactly the same female plug on each side, wire goes inside fabric of top after plugging into male 4-prong connector. Hopefully you can fish the disconnected one out and plug it back in.
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Yup, both sides are plugged in.
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Thanks so much for the help, guys. :-)
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