Adams Automotive and the missing "glob of solder" (rear defroster)

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I was just saying the same thing. I think service techs get acting lessons on how to properly act dumb.

"Vague steering? Broken defroster? Hmm... those are brand new complaints that I definitely do NOT hear three times a day."

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LOL no kidding
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Be sure to mention conductive epoxy.
best of luck!
Thanks for the tip, my appointment is tomorrow. I'll try and see if I can convince them to just sand the area, then try to use that epoxy you mentioned. I bet they rushed the install, and didnt give it time to properly cure. Also its been averaging -10c up here, so when I remote start the rear defrost turns on automatically. I have a feeling that because it didnt cure properly, combine with the fact they warmed my JL, before I picked her up. It screwed up the process, and the bond weak.
 

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So they used conductive epoxy and ordered me new defogger parts and a new window in case the epoxy doesnt work
 
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