I do think it best for you to use a meter, or 12/6 volt test light, but I'm sure you do. So many fuses are ok, and have no power to them. They make a kit, it is a type of paint, and it matches the grids on the defogger circuit, right on the glass. You tape up the areas you do not want to spread on, and repaint the circuit, just in case the grids go out. With 11.5 volts on the ground side I'm sure you will find the problem now.
I think your thanks should go to 2carpros. Com, Mr. Mike Cerjak, these men have given those with, and those without a place to come when all else fails. Early on, I looked around for a job, I could rely on anywhere. I watched car after car go by. A month later my truck was fixed, and I was in School. It is you, who drive, that I thank as I sit and answer questions, thanks to these men. Good one to you.
Friday, November 27th, 2009 AT 5:35 PM