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I have been having some issues with my rear defogger not working every once in a while. I have brought it to the Mazda dealership twice to get fixed and both times they said it was a loose wire under the front seat.

Well it just stopped working again (as far as I can tell), and I really don't feel like bringing it in again. I looked under the drivers seat (leather and heated) and it looks like there are two wires groups coming out. I haven't looked erally hard but there is definitely an electrical connection under there not hooked to anything. I could find anything that it could hook to. It looks like and auxilary connection or something.

Anyone have any pictures/suggestions/diagrams on this issue?

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