The rear-window defogger in a Plymouth Voyager is a great tool to melt ice and snow on the rear window, and to dry condensation so you can see through it. You might not notice or think about until it’s not working anymore, but servicing and repairing the defogger in a Voyager is simple and doesn’t take long.
Tools Used: Tools, Voltmeter, Defogger repair kit
Service a Rear-Window Defogger
Check the fuse, which is located in a panel under the steering wheel and is labeled #27. It should be a 40-amp fuse. If there’s a disconnect or it’s burned out, you need to replace it. Use a voltmeter to make sure both sides of the fuse register.