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Quick Clear Windscreens

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I've just had a quick clear windscreen fitted to my Focus C-Max Zetec.

Problem is, the windscreen before was a normal one (i.e. no wires).

Is it possible to get the new quick clear windscreen wired up so it will work when I push the rear windscreen demist button?

Would be nice to have this option.

Thanks,

Duncan.

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i do not think the rear window power circut would take the extra load, some further investigation with the wireing on your car might revile the relay and fuse positions in the fuse box and most of the wireing might be already fitted, it time to investigate.

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i do not think the rear window power circut would take the extra load, some further investigation with the wireing on your car might revile the relay and fuse positions in the fuse box and most of the wireing might be already fitted, it time to investigate.

There is a whole different supply for the front screen with a different timer and split fused Left & Right side.

Ther ought to be the spaces for such items in the relevent fuse boxes but very little of it is likely to be there I believe

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There is a whole different supply for the front screen with a different timer and split fused Left & Right side.

Ther ought to be the spaces for such items in the relevent fuse boxes but very little of it is likely to be there I believe

major rewiring involved and not something that a diy job will do either ford will do it for a big price

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