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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 04:49 AM Thread Starter
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Rear Defogger Cable How to "glue/solder" It Back On?

Does anybody know what is used to make the two cable stick on the back window? I have been told not to use crazy glue...could try soldering but not sure if that is ok..
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Car part stores have a special conductive carbon glue to re-attach these to the back plain. You cannot solder to these, they will desintegrate.

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i just used the permatex kit over the weekend on my girl's cobalt. now if she can just get home before it gets dark i can double check everything before i tell her to go ahead and use it...

nice kit though, real simple. if i recall it was like $12
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What they said. cake walk to fix it.
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